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Dingerball Podcast: Top Ten List of 2019

Logan and Jacob discuss the honorable mention and number 10 and 9 on the Dingerball Top Ten list from the 2019 season. This is the beginning of a five part season that will lead us […]

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Dingerball Podcast: Team of the Decade

Logan and Jacob discuss the top players of the 2010’s and draft their own teams out of a roster given below. We will post each of our rosters on Twitter and the loser will have […]

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Dingerball Podcast: Hero SZN

On this episode of Dingerball, Logan and Jacob discuss the postseason and the downfall of the Yankees and Cardinals. They discuss current happenings and debate whether homegrown or bought talent is better. They also discuss […]

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Dingerball Podcast: Roastober

Jacob and Logan go into detail about the past week of postseason games and dive into some pressing questions that should be answered and some hypothetical pieces such as Bryce Harper, the Wild Card games, […]

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Dingerball Podcast: Rockin’ October

On the tenth episode of Dingerball listen to Logan and Jacob get their final predictions in before the start of the postseason. They also discuss Tim Anderson and his rise to batting title champ. Finally, […]

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Bullpenning: Why It Works

Bullpenning: Why It Works is a book that I wrote during the summer of 2018. It is the longest piece of research that I have ever conducted and I am excited to finally publish it. […]

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How different variables correlate to postseason success

As we inch closer and closer to the postseason I find myself wanting to write about it more and more. It’s an exciting time to be a baseball fan especially with how close the playoff […]

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Dingerball Podcast: Roaming the Outfield

In this episode of the Dingerball podcast listen to Logan and Jacob debate the top 10 outfielders right now in the game of baseball. They also lay out their predictions for the end of the […]

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We can learn a lot from Carlos Santana

This year has been some form of a break out year for Carlos Santana. He’s currently 33 years old though which means that he’s past the stage where a player will usually have this type […]