Purple Row Radio - July 4th, 2011 Guest: Bennett Hipp of Talking Chop

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Welcome to this special holiday edition perfectly regular edition of Purple Row Radio! Listen as Andrew and I discuss the following topics and more:

- The Simpsons and Futurama (clearly practice for a future television podcast... one day...)
- The Mark Ellis acquisition.
- Why is Chris Nelson still Greg's projected heir to the second base position in 2012, and why could that easily change in the coming months?
- Why does Ellis remind Andrew of Clint Barmes (and how is he different?)
- What's the deal with the strange roster shuffling over the past few days, and why wasn't Cole Garner called up?
- Our thoughts (or lack thereof) on the All Star Game roster.
- Does Todd Helton have any chance at winning an All Star roster spot?
- Bennett Hipp (aka SCrebel10)
of Talking Chop joins us to discuss the upcoming Braves series.
- What does Bennett think of the four Braves All Star selections?
- How are the Braves different and/or the same after the Bobby Cox era?

Read Bennett Hipp's work over at Talking Chop.

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THIS WILL BE OUR FINAL SHOW BEFORE THE ALL STAR GAME. WE ARE TAKING NEXT WEEK OFF FROM THE PODCAST AND WILL BE BACK ON JULY 18TH.

As usual, direct download is below, with an embedded version after the jump.
Purple Row Radio - 7/4/11

 

 

 

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