The Sleeper and the Bust Episode: 779 – Outfield Preview Pt. 2


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A little of everything… (1:30)

…or just power (38:40)

The MALLEX (59:35)

Underrated and Overhyped (1:20:55)

The Super Glue (1:49:30)

The Elmer’s Glue (2:08:50)

Risers Pt. 1 (2:28:00)

Risers Pt. 2 (2:34:05)

Last Chance Saloon (2:38:22)

WYSIWYG (2:40:04)

Late Power (2:41:16)

Late Speed (2:44:30)

Lottery Tickets (2:48:18)

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Approximately 179 minutes of joyous analysis.

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Austin Hays has one of 90 starting OF jobs locked up (apparently w/o a platoon), and looked the part in a short but not inconsequential audition last September (75 plate appearances, .309/.373/.574, outstanding defense in CF). He is not listed among the 129 players covered in the podcast — was he actually covered, or does he really not rate as one of the top 129 outfielders to consider owning?