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Episode 183: Party Like It’s 2001

Chase Madorsky October 5, 2022


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This week on The Underdog MLB Show:

On this week’s episode, we begin by making our end-of-season picks for the 2022 MLB postseason, and BBWAA awards voting. From there, we celebrate the Mariners snapping the longest playoff drought in sports with their first playoff berth since 2001, and discuss Aaron Judge’s record-tying 61st home run, Tony LaRussa’s second retirement, Shohei Ohtani avoiding arbitration with a record $30 million contract, Charlie Morton and Giovanny Gallegos’ extensions, the new Mariners GM, and the Orioles plan to remain in Baltimore long term.

 

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Chase Madorsky

Chase Madorsky is a UCLA graduate and baseball fanatic who lists Derek Jeter as his favorite athlete of all-time and is still convinced that David Wells should be the model for all aspiring pitchers. He supports his hometown New York Yankees and is currently waiting for the reemergence of his beloved New York Giants, New York Knicks, and UCLA Bruins.

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