In this episode of CapFigure Podcast, we explore a potential move of Freddie Freeman to 3rd base. The Atlanta Braves have been pleasantly surprised that Matt Adams has been swinging a hot bat at 1st base, filling in admirably for slugger Freddie Freeman. So it only makes sense that the Braves should try to keep both bats in the lineup right?
The MLB season kicked off with a series of prop bets by Ryan and Tom. Gary Sanchez vs. Buster Posey, who will have more HR + RBI? Seattle Mariners, under 82.5 wins. San Diego Padres, over 66.5 wins. Which of these bets would we like a refund on and which of these bets would we double-down?
All these questions and more, if you call yourself a baseball fan you won’t want to miss a thing! Continue reading ““Freddie Freeman, the 3rd Baseman?” from CapFigure Podcast (Episode 55)”
In this episode of CapFigure Podcast, we explore talk about specialization in baseball, as it related to the MLB Draft. With multiple two-way players being taken in the top 5 picks of the 2017 MLB Draft, we have to ask: Is specialization dead?
Aaron Judge is a manchild. At 6′ 7″ and 282 pounds, Aaron Judge hopes to become one of only 12 other players, taller than 6′ 6″, in the history of the MLB to register 1,000 plate appearances. Will Aaron Judge’s success have an impact on the development and scouting of younger players?
The 10-Day DL has become a weapon for the deeper rosters in MLB to maximize their odds over the course of the MLB season. Does anyone believe Lance McCullers actually is suffering from the “lower back stiffness” the Astros used to place him on the 10-day DL this past Monday?
All these questions and more, if you call yourself a baseball fan you won’t want to miss a thing! Continue reading ““The Aaron Judge Effect, Two-Way Players Are Here to Stay” from CapFigure Podcast (Episode 54)”
That celebration. What a fucking retard. This is almost as bad as Milton Bradley When he did this: Continue reading “SPORTS FAIL OF THE WEEK”
In this episode of CapFigure Podcast, we explore the historic start of America’s sabermetric darling, the Houston Astros. With a roster stacked with young stars, from Carlos Correa and Jose Altuve to Lance McCullers and Dallas Keuchel, what’s the difference in this years’ Astros team from prior seasons?
There is a reason why casinos exist and bookies make money. We’ve launched a new competition to prove once and for all if there are any noticeable trends or edges in betting on baseball. You can join in on the action by joining our free competition today! Winners will be announced and invited to share their story on a future episode of CapFigure Podcast. Do you have what it takes to be a “bookie killer”?
Who will the front runner be for the AL MVP race, now that Mike Trout is seemingly out of the discussion? Aaron Judge’s fiery start makes him the front-runner but should a right fielder be considered ahead of middle-infielders Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa?
All these questions and more, if you call yourself a baseball fan you won’t want to miss a thing! Continue reading ““Astros’ Ascension, Bookie Killers?” from CapFigure Podcast (Episode 53)”
The New York Mets and Coca-Cola revealed today that the Mr. Met Fingering Scandal was nothing more than a big marketing hoax. “We wanted to find a way to have the Coca-Cola brand visible in online videos. The most watched videos include controversy, so we created our own.” George Stolburger of Coca-Cola said. Its 2017 Product Placement. Continue reading “Mr. Met Scandal is a “Marketing Hoax” by Coca-Cola”
In this episode of CapFigure Podcast, we explore some of the ridiculous controversies from the past week in baseball, including Mr. Met flipping off a fan and Bryce Harper taking a stand.
Does Albert Pujols hitting 600 home runs mean anything to anyone but Albert Pujols? Will Mr. Met’s firing be enough to salvage the pathetic mascot? Did Hunter Strickland really teach Bryce Harper a lesson by hitting him with a 98 MPH fastball?
All these questions and more, if you call yourself a baseball fan you won’t want to miss a thing! Continue reading ““Mr. Met vs. Bryce Harper” from CapFigure Podcast (Episode 52)”
Baseball iconic moments seem to never go away. Everytime the Yankees play the Royals at home, Michael Kay narrates the “George Brett pinetar incident. A close second may be the Derek Jeter flip play. But there is one baseball memory that I personally witnessed that eclipses all others.
Mat 17th, 1998. The Bronx, New York. A young Yankee fan is disappointed that Davis Wells is the starting pitcher, this disappointment is more than made up for when he learns of a free beanie baby giveaway. Unbeknownst to this young fan, David Wells, nursing a hangover goes on to pitch a perfect game…
Continue reading “Baseball, Beanie Babies & Hangovers”