In this episode of CapFigure Podcast, Ryan and Tom take inventory of MLB teams in the final week leading up to the Trade Deadline.  The dynamic duo share surprises from the season thus far, while looking at some of the statistically advantageous personnel decisions that need to be made.  After comparing the value of the “DH” position in 2016 vs. 2006, Tom delivers a riveting proposal to Yankees’ owner Hal Steinbrenner.

  • CapFigure Podcast Intro  (0:00 to 2:30)
  • MLB State of Affairs  (2:31 to 1:45)
    • Takeaway from Standings
    • Cleveland Indians’ Chances of Landing Lucroy
    • Texas Rangers’ Blueprint to Fill DH
    • AL East Predictions
  • Value of the Designated Hitter (“DH”), Today vs. 2006  (13:36 to 17:38)
    • Utility Players, Platoon Players & Rest
  • Message to Yankees’ Owner Hal Steinbrenner & Closing (17:39 to 21:13)

CapFigure Podcast takes listeners on an exhilarating journey through relevant topics within the world of professional sports’ organizations.  Ryan DePaulo, formerly of ESPN Radio, delivers a witty, unapologetic and unfiltered attitude to hosting the show; balancing the calculated, clean-cut demeanor of CapFigure Founder and former leveraged finance investment banker, Thomas L. McLaughlin.

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2 thoughts on “CapFigure Podcast – Episode 6 (MLB Trade Deadline)

  1. Capfigure is the podcast that keeps giving and giving. Interesting input on teams and
    Players.

    Agree w Tom that Yankees should look to 2016 or 2018.

    Till next time, looking forward to more candid views.

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