Ending the year 2012 with two amazing podcast. The first includes an interview with Astros prospect Brady Rodgers the second includes our reaction and analysis of the Carlos Pena signing by the Astros.
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The Astros did it again, right after recording a regular podcast with Astros prospect Brady Rodgers the Astros decided to go out and sign Carlos Pena to a one year deal.
The regular podcast (episode 66) includes myself and David interviewing Brady Rodgers on everything from being selected by the Astros, to pitching for the Astros, to being a fan of the Astros. The interview with Brady Rodgers is a director's cut, I've added some audio that wasn't on-air so be sure to check it out if you've only listened to the live podcast recording.
The second podcast is our Astros Afterburners podcast with David, Sean and myself discussing the Astros recent signing of Carlos Pena, the expend-ability of Brett Wallace and the trade market for Jed Lowrie and Bud Norris.
Needless to say, for the year 2012 we sent off any regular listeners and subscribers to the podcast out with a bang. We were really excited to have Brady Rodgers on, who is a huge Astros fan by the way, and the Astros Afterburners podcast was one the best of its kind yet. Both podcast are easily one of the best podcasts we've done yet.
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TCBP 66: Brady Rodgers Interview
Astros Afterburners podcast - Carlos Pena signs with Houston
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