Successfully Wild Episode 1941: The Largest of Payrolls, the Smallest of Payrolls

Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley talk about the 2 groups on the high and backside, respectively, of the MLB payroll hierarchy, the New York Mets and Oakland Athletics, relating the Mets’ signings of Brandon Nimmo, Kodai Senga, and David Robertson, the A’s buying and selling away Sean Murphy, and what an unlimited disparity in spending does and doesn’t signify for MLB’s aggressive steadiness. In addition they banter concerning the different groups’ ends of that three-team commerce, the state of the NL East, the Giants’ starting-pitcher signings, a reported Padres provide, the Blue Jays’ and Twins’ newest additions, Munetaka Murakami information, and extra, plus a Previous Blast from 1941.

Audio intro: Billy Joel, “Final of the Massive Time Spenders
Audio outro: Intercourse Bob-Omb, “Threshold

Hyperlink to Patrick Dubuque on Cohen
Hyperlink to Longenhagen on Senga
Hyperlink to Baumann on Mets spending
Hyperlink to Rosenthal on house owners
Hyperlink to Rosenthal on Murphy
Hyperlink to Baumann on Murphy
Hyperlink to Legislation on Murphy
Hyperlink to Petriello on Murphy
Hyperlink to FG payroll web page
Hyperlink to crew catcher WAR
Hyperlink to SP depth charts
Hyperlink to 2005 crew payrolls
Hyperlink to FG submit on Manaea
Hyperlink to FG submit on Bassitt
Hyperlink to FG on Vázquez/Zunino
Hyperlink to Marlins article
Hyperlink to Padres report
Hyperlink to Kovalchuk article
Hyperlink to Murakami information
Hyperlink to Ben’s SNL oral historical past
Hyperlink to 1941 story supply
Hyperlink to Lefty Grove bio
Hyperlink to Jacob Pomrenke’s web site
Hyperlink to Jacob Pomrenke on Twitter
Hyperlink to Secret Santa sign-up sheet
Hyperlink to Secret Santa FB thread
Hyperlink to share of crew Ks sheet

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