FanGraphs Audio: Kiley McDaniel Endeavors to Undersell Himself

Episode 853

Prospect analyst and resident bon vivant Kiley McDaniel joins the program to offer his take on the J.T. Realmuto trade, update the listening audience on his home renovations, briefly preview FanGraphs’ upcoming Prospect Week, and hear my review of Netflix’s Ted Bundy documentary.

You can find all of Kiley and Eric Longenhagen’s wonderful prospect coverage by visiting our dedicated prospects page, which can be found here.

Don’t hesitate to direct pod-related correspondence to @megrowler on Twitter.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximate 53 min play time.)

Meg is the managing editor of FanGraphs and the co-host of Effectively Wild. Prior to joining FanGraphs, her work appeared at Baseball Prospectus, Lookout Landing, and Just A Bit Outside. You can follow her on twitter @megrowler.

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5 years ago

Extremely unstructured episode. Hard to listen to.
Do I pay for this crap? I don’t download expecting to have to wade through 10 minutes of non baseball material to get to the trade analysis.
Kiley has great articles, shouldn’t be too hard to keep things tighter.
How about some editing?

With hopes of serious improvements,

5 years ago
Reply to  pellez

First of all if you paid for this podcast, you were scammed.

The nature of fangraphs is to provide some behind the scenes and in general things that are better conveyed through podcast format than written format. They aren’t meant to replace articles because, well, that’s what articles are for. They also aren’t meant to be all about baseball because Effectively Wild, also presented on this site, does that.

It would be kind of boring if this podcast just regurgitates what’s already written on the site and bantered on a separate podcast already, don’t you think?

5 years ago
Reply to  baubo

We obviously have different views.
I think this particular episode sucked, for the reasons stated.
You seems to think otherwise.
Look, I get the idea of “off the cuff” banter. It just doesn’t work very well here.
Why should I listen to a baseball pod if they don’t talk Baseball? I could as well listen to any lifestyle podcast.
The raison d’etre for the pod is baseball. Not banter on editing or home improvement.