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Jay Jaffe

48 Podcast Episodes

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Jay Jaffe on NLCS, ALCS - Segment 3 10/20/21

The Bernie Show

Bernie is joined by Fangraph's Jay Jaffe to breakdown last night's action and look forward to both games tonight

29mins

20 Oct 2021

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TLR, Jay Jaffe & Gruden

Sports Open Line

White Sox Manager Tony La Russa is being criticized for some of his decisions in Chicago’s ALDS loss to the Houston Astros. Host Kevin Wheeler explains why the blame should instead fall on the players rather than the veteran skipper. Next, FanGraphs senior writer Jay Jaffe, author of “The Cooperstown Casebook,” joins Wheeler to break down the MLB Postseason and more. Later, Wheeler dives into the Jon Gruden story and what really put the former Raiders coach into hot water.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

35mins

13 Oct 2021

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Jay Jaffe on Cardinals Win Streak - Segment 2 9/27/21

The Bernie Show

Fangraphs.com's Jay Jaffe joins Bernie to talk Cardinals, MLB and his article from today breaking down the meaning of the Cardinals' run in relation to playoff success

21mins

27 Sep 2021

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The Strike Zone - Hr. 2 ft. Jay Jaffe

Sports Open Line

FanGraphs senior writer Jay Jaffe joins host Kevin Wheeler to discuss the MLB Hall of Fame, recent inductees and future finalists. Later, Wheeler questions what Adam Wainwright’s candidacy would look like had he not missed so much of his prime due to injury.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

36mins

3 Sep 2021

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Jay Jaffe - Segment 2 8/23/21

The Bernie Show

FanGraph's Jay Jaffe joins Bernie to talk some Cardinals and MLB

23mins

23 Aug 2021

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S1E2: Early Baseball Era Committee - Candidates from the White Major Leagues with Jay Jaffe

Building the Ballot: The Baseball Hall of Fame’s Era Committees

This Winter, the Early Baseball Era Committee will meet to vote on ten candidates for the Baseball Hall of Fame. This committee covers all of baseball before 1950. The ballot will consider players from the White major leagues and the Black major leagues as well as pioneers, managers, umpires, and executives. How will the committee distill over 100 years of baseball into just ten names? To complicate matters, this committee won’t meet again for ten years. This episode covers the White major leagues from 1871 to 1949. We’ll cover 19th century players like Bill Dahlen, Harry Stovey, Jim McCormick, and Charlie Bennett along with 20th century stars Wes Ferrell, Sherry Magee, Bob Johnson, and Wally Schang. Jay Jaffe, Senior Writer for Fangraphs and author of the Cooperstown Casebook joins the podcast. Jay Jaffe on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jay_jaffe The Cooperstown Casebook: https://cooperstowncasebook.com/

1hr 12mins

11 Aug 2021

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SportsTalk Wednesday, July 21: Jay Jaffe Talking Baseball & Beer, Fantasy with Jeff Erickson, UTEP Football's Justin Garrett and Chihuahuas Homestand Preview

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

1hr 59mins

22 Jul 2021

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SportsTalk Thursday, June 3: Jay Jaffe of Fangraphs, NBA Playoffs and NHL Fights

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

1hr 12mins

4 Jun 2021

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Chin Music, Episode 9: Counting With Jay Jaffe

Chin Music

Let’s do it again, folks. This week, the co-host chair lands back in Brooklyn as Jay Jaffe makes time to yammer with me for two-plus hours. We start by figuring out how many games the Dodgers will win before discussing how today’s game creates a good environment for no-hitters and watching Jay count to 20. Then we are joined by special guest J.J. Cooper, the executive editor of Baseball America, who gives his reasons for being open-minded about baseball’s experimental rule changes in the minor and independent leagues. From there, it’s the final segment, where we dream about a few injury-free careers and consider an offer to become multi-millionaires before finishing off with British dramas and Fellini films. As always, we hope you enjoy, and thank you for listening. Music by Rid Of Me. Have a question you’d like answered on the show? Ask us anything at chinmusic@fangraphs.com. You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes/Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Warning One: While ostensibly a podcast about baseball, these conversations often veer into other subjects. Warning Two: There is explicit language. Run Time: 2:22:40var SERVER_DATA = Object.assign(SERVER_DATA || {});Source

2hr 22mins

16 Apr 2021

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Episode 6 - HoF and Twitter Rep Obits - Trivia Segment TBNL #2 - Interview with Jay Jaffe

RBaseball Weekly

In Episode 6, Louis and Deej remember Don Sutton and Hank Aaron before diving into Ken Rosenthal's terrible twitter week, along with looking at the Springer and Brantley deals. Then Andrew brings back Andy and Jeremy for another story-filled round of baseball trivia on the pitchers who gave up famous homers. Finally, Mazz joins Louis in interviewing Fangraphs Senior Writer and JAWS inventor Jay Jaffe on his Hall of Fame voting process, the character clause and Schilling, and his thoughts on the Hall of Fame voting system. Thanks to r/baseball users voitss, E70M, liljakeyplzandthnx, and kingfiasco for their questions for Jay Jaffe that were used in some form. 22:30 - Trivia Segment TBNL 39:40 - Interview with Jay Jaffe

1hr 15mins

25 Jan 2021

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