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Tools of Ignorance
Just two handsome young men talking about baseball.
Episode 16: Silk
March 24, 2013 06:42 PM PDT
In this edition of the Tools of Ignorance podcast, Jonah and Hudson preview the Cleveland Indians, Miami Marlins, and Boston Red Sox. There's also some discussion of Carleton University's powerhouse basketball program. And Robinson Cano. It's a good episode.Episode 15: Glen Perkins...Litrally The Best Closer On The Minnesota Twins
March 05, 2013 07:56 AM PST
In the fifteenth edition of the Tools of Ignorance podcast Jonah and Hudson discuss the Minnesota Twins, highlighting some key storylines for 2013 and discussing some of their top prospects.
As is often the case, the conversation derails, and the TOI duo discusses players who they share first names with. Hudson grades out his present handsomeness tool.Episode 14: Rockin' the 'Stache
February 27, 2013 06:06 PM PST
Jonah and Hudson continue their team previews with a discussion about the Colorado Rockies, offering a few thoughts on the club's chances for 2013.
After the Rockies preview, the handsome young guys talk about Zack Greinke's comments about the economic reasons for his signing with the Dodgers, then they finish with a discussion about Russell "Suddenly-A-Shortstop" Martin's decision to opt out of the World Baseball Classic for a completely ridiculous reason.Episode 13: My Mouth is Immaculate
February 22, 2013 05:51 PM PST
Lucky number 13! On this installment of the Tools of Ignorance podcast, Hudson and Jonah preview the Cubs, looking at some of their additions (Edwin Jackson, Carlos Villanueva), chatting about a few of their up-and-coming prospects.Episode 12: Naturally Elevated Levels of Testosterone
February 21, 2013 06:06 PM PST
Jonah and Hudson begin their series of 2013 previews, opening with a discussion about the Houston Astros, who you can be reasonably expected to endure a tough season. After the Astros preview, the duo, inspired by this week's Lineup Card at Baseball Prospectus, discusses a couple of their favorite moves of the offseason.
In a complicated world of baseball analysis, often times the most enjoyable approach is one of ignorance. Jonah Birenbaum and Hudson Belinsky bring you a casual approach to baseball analysis, shielding you from overanalysis, and attempting to make this great game even more fun. This show is designed to stimulate intriguing conversation, mostly related to baseball.
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