The Productive Outs PRODcast
PRODcast 126: One Every Three Months, Whether You Need It or Not

Whoa, we're back! For now. Here's what happen(s)(ed):

- The show open, with Not Jose Mota!

- The Musical Guest: The Drones. Buy "Feelin' Kinda Free" here

- The Email of the Week: Which players should have dreadlocks? 

- The Baseball Things:

  • The All-Star Game rosters
  • Midseason review
  • Zack Hample and Marlins Man shold both delete their accounts
  • Bring back Gorilla Ball
  • Big Papi can't actually retire now
  • Stop beating up and sexually assaulting women, goddammit. 

- The Old School Player of the Week is:

HENRY CRUZ.

Henry Acosta Cruz was outfielder and pinch hitter for the Dodgers and White Sox from 1975 to 1978. In 310 career ABs, Cruz hit .229 w/ 8 HR and 34 RBI, which explains why his MLB career was so short lived. Following his glory days, he spent 4 years in the Mexican league, 10 years and a scout for the Indians, and (according to Wikipedia) he is currently the director of the Dodgers’ baseball academy in the Dominican.


During his playing days, Cruz looked like he was a part of the witness protection program, donning a thick mustache, 70-grade lambchop sideburns, 70-grade tinted #dadglasses, and a 60-grade #dadhat.

 

Direct download: PRODcast_126.mp3
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