We take a look at Nolan Arenado’s eight-year, $260 million deal with the Colorado Rockies and the recent run of offseason extensions—including Aaron Hicks and Miles Mikolas (3:42). Then freelance journalist and data consultant Rob Arthur joins the show to talk about how fast analytics are changing in baseball, how accurate our assumptions about players are, and what this might mean in the future for the on-field product and front-office decision-making (37:22).
Nolan Arenado’s Rockies Extension and Rob Arthur on Data in Baseball
The crew talks about Arenado’s eight-year, $260 million deal
Bill, David, and Craig revisit the 2012 found-footage teen comedy
Mike and Jesse also answer some mailbag questions
Bryan and David react to the media’s coverage of the Supreme Court’s ruling and discuss the policies within newsrooms that prohibit journalists from addressing the issue
Chris and Andy break down what they love about the restaurant dramedy and catch up on the latest episodes of ‘The Boys’ and ‘The Old Man’