Good times. Baseball season is coming to an end, and our resident expert here on the podcast, Washington Nationals analyst FP Santangelo joins me for a second time on the podcast to break down what happened this baseball season. FP originally joined us back in February, along with mutual friend Jacqueline Trumbull, days before he left for spring training. To say a lot has happened since then would be an understatement. So we cover a lot of things in today’s hour + podcast. Always appreciated FP’s insight in baseball, and as a former player, he can even get the average fan to look at things a little bit differently, or even give you a perspective maybe you never thought about. He certainly has thoughts on how difficult this season was for the players. I know most people immediately think, “Pssssh, they’re making millions of dollars. Suck it up. Get over it.” That’s such a short sighted view of things. Not everything revolves around money. He’s a great listen again. As always, if you’d like to respond to the interview, please include FP’s Twitter handle (@FightinHydrant) in your replies. Thanks again to FP for coming on and talking baseball.
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(SPOILERS) I begin by briefly talking about what Ashley and I spoke about last night on our IG live. Then FP joins me (5:46) to talk about broadcasting during a pandemic, what he missed most about this season, why he personally would take Mookie Betts over Mike Trout, break down the Dodgers/Rays World Series, the Kershaw playoff struggles, and much, much more.
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