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The Baseball Show | S2.E17 Steve Gardner [VIDEO]

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The Baseball Show, guest Steve Gardner

Opening Day has arrived for the 2018 Major League Baseball season, and we’ve got USA Today’s Steve Gardner (@SteveAGardner) in the building for some chatter.

Steve shares his background on getting into sports writing; additionally his role in TOUT and LABR leagues; and some Draft strategies he employed for this season (3:56); we then got into Vlad Guerrero, Jr’s dramatic walk off home run; and just how soon is too soon for the emerging slugger (13:44); also discussed was the potential breakouts of Colin Moran and Brandon Nimmo (18:05); from there we looked at the Tigers and if Leonys Martin has finally found permanent residence, as well as 3B’man of the future Jeimer Candelario (20:04); next we debated the impact of Denard Span on Mallex Smith’s at bats (22:20); whether Jack Flaherty is ready for a rotation spot (24:12); especially relevant to this week, the tale of Scott Kingery (26:58); and finally what to expect from Ketel Marte and Jorge Soler (33:00).

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