Do you have a broken hamate bone? You are in good company if you do. Truth be told, while we spend a bit of time talking about Nick Markakis and his broken hamate bone, it's not the main topic of this episode, but I couldn't think of anything better. We open up with some discussion about the newest Oriole (once he signs), fourth-overall selection Kevin Gausman, RHP from LSU, though "The Gausman Effect" seemed too presumptuous. "The Rotation Disaster" was too depressing, though we talked about that too, and "The Matusz Revival" would be begging to be blamed for a jinx.
Similarly, "You're Always Wrong" was a bit too in-your-face, although Andrew and I illustrate some of the ways that, as bloggers, you just have to accept that you will be wrong a lot and move on, such as when I spent most of last year denouncing Mike Gonzalez. I guess maybe I could have worked in some kind of Roberts Rules of Order pun with Brian Roberts. We're both excited for his return, though. The Red Sox as horror movie villain motif returns. All this and more in this week's Camdencast.
This episode has a run time of about 55 minutes. An embedded player is below the jump for your listening convenience.
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