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Two Camdencasts in two weeks? I know, it's crazy, but a new year means new momentum, and for now we're still rolling. I'm joined once again by Alex Conway to run down the first series of the year, who's looking good and who's not and why it doesn't matter (yet), plus who we're most hoping turns it around as the sample sizes increase.
We had some off day news to discuss, namely the Ryan Webb trade to the Dodgers, and since that trade involved the Orioles giving up one of their draft picks, that also led to a lengthy discussion of the value of draft picks. Add to that a minor league rundown and an explanation of my creation, the Brian Matusz Test, plus all the usual silliness, and you've got yourself another episode of Camdencast.
This episode has a run time of a little more than one hour.
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