Episode 121 is in the books. Here is this week's rundown:
- We first begin talking about the latest on Jose Quintana with 670 the Score's Bruce Levine reporting a trade is imminent. How likely is that Quintana will be traded by the 14th? Also, is signing Byung Ho-Park a good idea?
- Our first guest is Eno Sarris, who talks about his latest beer project: October. It's a terrific site that includes a pretty extensive beer directory. We also talk about baseball and wonder if how this free agent market is a sign of things to come. Plus, he drops some very interesting possible trade partners for Todd Frazier.
- The second guest is Jim Callis of MLBPipeline.com. He explains why this farm system is the Sox's best, which players are on his radar outside of the Top 100, and of course, Jose Quintana.
- Finally, we answered your questions in P.O. Sox:
@SouthSideSox I want to see Courtney Hawkins have a Trayce Thompson-like career trajectory in 2017. #POSox— Juelz Quintana (@DudeSlater) February 6, 2017
@SouthSideSox Is there any way we will be able to notice actual improvement in pro scouting? #POSox— House (@House_423) February 5, 2017
@SouthSideSox which player has the best season: Tilson, A Garcia, Davidson, Navarez— Paul Riker (striker) (@paulriker) February 6, 2017
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