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Ep.89: FA-Palooza, Draft Lottery, Crime Dog in Hall, GM for a Day

Michael Dault December 8, 2022

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This week on Long Gone:

In this week’s jam-packed episode, the boys break down all of the big free-agent signings that occurred lately. Aaron Judge, Justin Verlander, Trea Turner, Jacob DeGrom, Willson Contreras, and more have new deals! Many free agents have new homes, some stayed put and others are still waiting to be signed. Now, there are new expectations set for teams who signed these big free agents. The boys break down what each of these teams are getting and where they stack up against the rest of the league. After their bashing of the Pirates last week, recent news broke out of Pittsburgh. Regardless of being offered a hefty new deal, Bryan Reynolds wants out. Shock. The first-ever MLB Draft Lottery took place on Tuesday, December 6th. The Pirates, Nationals, and Tigers sit atop the draft. The boys talk about lottery night and early hints at what to expect in the 2023 draft. It’s official. Fred ‘Crime Dog’ McGriff is in the Hall of Fame! The boys discuss his so-so stats and accolades that made him eligible, thus debating if whether his entry was more of a statement to the cheaters (Bonds, Clemens, Sosa, etc.) than it was a shoo-in nod for Crime Dog. Afterward, the boys decide to be a General Manager for a day and pick a team each and try to fix them to see how they would fair in 2023. They then round out the show with Collection Corner, during which they have a conversation about the brilliance of the Topps Project 70 cards and where they stand in the marketplace. This is a whole lot of show you don’t want to miss!


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