FanGraphs Audio: Eric Longenhagen Examines Some Floors

Episode 705
Lead prospect analyst Eric Longenhagen is the guest on this edition of the pod, during which he explains how Yoan Moncada can possess a relatively high floor despite his contact issues; considers the subtle difference between home-run power and overall power; and insults the host with insults.

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I am conflicted on the level of manliness of the proposed bets. On one hand, severely impairing your masculinities; it’s two grown men drinking sangria together. On the other, defending my opinion of you both, at least you have proposed it be a full pitcher each, per bet.


Somebody’s worried about masculinity? What, are we like 12, and it’s 1982?