TCB Podcast Episode 54 - The Return Of The Heavy Breather

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In this episode David Coleman, Brooks Parker, Sean Feist, Terri Schlather (Tales From The Juice Box) and myself discuss:

  • Scouting Report on Kevin Comer who was the PTBNL in the Toronto Blue Jays deal
  • Tony DeFrancesco being named the manager and the rumors following him from Oklahoma City
  • Candidates for the Astros manager position including: Joe Pettini, Brad Ausmus, Carlos Oquendo, Jim Riggleman, Terry Francona, Ryne Sandberg, Chris Maloney
  • Did Brad Mills get a fair shake as manager

Apologizes for last weeks podcasts not getting up on time. I had issues with the RSS feed that I finally figured out today. I deleted something I shouldn't have at the end of the feed that caused it to fail. That specific fail will not happen again.

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