The Sleeper and the Bust Episode: 315 – OBP v. AVG Leagues

2/29/16

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Approximately 61 minutes of joyous analysis.





Paul is the Editor of Rotographs and contributes to ESPN's Daily Notes. Follow Paul on Twitter @sporer and on Twitch at sporer.

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