Bless You Boys Podcast: Question and Answer time

Bless You Boys

Well it’s been a while, but it’s time to get the podcast up and running once again. So much has happened since the draft that we could probably go on for hours and hours, but that’s too much for a podcast. The question is: what do you all want to hear about most?

So, please fire away in the comments. Want to discuss the farm system or any individual player? We’ll do it. Want to reflect on the draft? We’re in. Want to break down the season to date? Absolutely. Talk about Hinch, his coaches, the front office and development staff changes? We’re game for all of it.

Beyond the Tigers, we’re up for questions about any player, trade ideas, potential free agent signings, or looking at various issues with the CBA negotiations. Want to hear some postseason preview and discussion of other teams or their players? It’s all fair game.

More general questions about the game and how it’s played, evaluated, taught, and officiated are all on the table as well. Anything you’ve wondered about how we evaluate players, why Brandon is such a cocky so-and-so about all this, or what-have-you.

The podcast will be recorded tonight since it’s an off day. I may or may not have company, but either way we’ll bring you a whole lot of Tigers talk for your workday Friday, or whenever you typically find time to listen.

This is going to be a hugely important offseason, and our coverage will reflect that. But as the daily coverage requirements are winding down with only three series remaining, it’s definitely time to get the podcast back in the air.

Thanks so much to all of you for making a really fun season even more enjoyable, and for all the great conversations in the comments.

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