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SSS Podcast 11: Looking Ahead to the Hot Stove

Filling the gaping holes in right field and the rotation won’t be easy

Divisional Round - Cleveland Indians v New York Yankees - Game Four
Trevor Bauer #47 of Cleveland walks back to the dugout as a fan holds a sign that reads, “GO FLY YOUR DRONE” after being relieved during the second inning against the New York Yankees in Game 4 of the ALDS at Yankee Stadium on Oct. 9, 2017 in the Bronx.
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Coe College Kohawks left fielder and South Side Sox writer Luke Smailes hops on for his SSS podcast debut, determined to spend only about 10% of the program talking Tony La Russa.

It seems that goal was achieved, as only a wee bitta La Russa is discussed, among a whole lotta Hot Stove:

  • The Eloy Jiménez dilemma
  • Why are the top two free agent availables scarred by scandal?
  • Finding ways to fill out a rotation that’s just two-fifths complete
  • The virtues of Robbie Grossman
  • Looking for rotation relief in Colorado? (or: Andrew Vaughn hitting 8,000 bombs at Coors Field)
  • Why José Quintana won’t become Gio González
  • Luke’s 2021 draft eligibility
  • The majesty that was Garrett Crochet’s 2020 debut
  • Dylan Cease as the fulcrum of next season’s staff pitching success

Listen on the Megaphone player above, or check out this and the entire family of SSS podcasts on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.