FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron’s FAQ for the CBA

Episode 702
Dave Cameron is the managing editor of FanGraphs. On this edition of the program, he provides an audio primer on the current negotiations for baseball’s new collective bargaining agreement.

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Dave keeps hand-waving the definition that would work to limit the number of pitchers on an active roster. He repeatedly insists that crafting such a definition “wouldn’t be hard.” Well, if that’s the case, then it shouldn’t be hard for him to actually do that… and present it for the rest of us to poke and prod and find loopholes within. Because I suspect that such loopholes would be found, along with some unintended consequences. Like hitting a fastball or recognizing a breaking ball, a lot of things seem like they wouldn’t be hard until you actually try to do them.