Here’s another radio spot that made it to the interwebs. This is mostly Awards Watch talk with Dallas-based Newy Scruggs of NBC Sports Radio, but at the end we get into my recent piece on Mike Scioscia and managerial Hall of Fame candidacies. Enjoy!
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MLB Now: Kris Byrant
I made my first appearance on MLB Now’s new set in Studio 21 on Thursday in an abbreviated installment of the show (due to day games being broadcast on the Network). From the roughly 20 minutes of show we did, MLB has posted this clip discussing what was then the still-unofficial promotion of Kris Bryant on Friday.
For more depth on Bryant, here are the things I have written about him this spring at SI.com:
Preaching patience for talented Cubs trio of Soler, Baez and Bryant (March 11)
Don’t blame Cubs for taking advantage of rules with Kris Bryant (March 18)
For Cubs, there’s no longer a reason not to call up top prospect Kris Bryant (April 16)
What debuts of former top prospects can teach us for Kris Byrant (April 17)
Swing and a miss: Cubs’ Bryant suffers rough day at plate in debut (April 17)
TV Party: Clubhouse Confidential appearances 2013-14 offseason
It appears I’m going to be a regular correspondent for Clubhouse Confidential this offseason, so rather than put up a new post after each appearance, I’ll just use this one as an archive for all of them with the newest up top.
Thursday’s topic: The Ian Kinsler-Prince Fielder trade. My solo take followed by discussion with Joel Sherman of the New York Post:
Brian Kenny and crew had me back on Clubhouse Confidential on Thursday to discuss the Most Valuable Player awards, which were given out just a few hours later on the same network. Here are my spots, with FanGraphs’ Dave Cameron and the Detroit Free Press’s Drew Sharp.
On the AL race and the definition of value:
On the NL race: