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Affected by Altitude: Meet Me In Nashville (feat. Paul Holden of Locked on Rockies)

Paul Holden joins Skyler to discuss the Rockies approach to the Winter Meetings and other December topics

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The podcast Affected by Altitude is hosted by Purple Row staff writers Evan Lang and Skyler Timmins, who are incredibly proud and excited to be lending their voices to more great Rockies content for you to enjoy. Joining Evan and Skyler is a rotating cast of guests hosts to talk shop about everyone’s favorite purple baseball team.

In this week’s new episode of Affected by Altitude, Skyler is once again joined by friend of the show and host of the Locked on Rockies podcast, Paul Holden. The Winter Meetings get underway in Nashville this week and Paul and Skyler try to speculate whether the Rockies will do anything significant while acknowledging the payroll problems the team has. The Rockies also have top odds to earn the #1 pick in the draft while Todd Helton is on the verge of making the Hall of Fame. The boys round out the show with a quick round of Start, Bench, Cut.

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Affected by Altitude is a weekly or bimonthly podcast featuring roundtable discussion, game segments, interviews, and the occasional hot take from a group of Rocky Mountain Rooftop contributors. We live in different places, have varying backgrounds, but we are all united in our love of the Rockies and a desire to provide fans with a fresh new voice.

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This episode was recorded on Saturday, December 2nd, 2023. Statistics and events may not be current at time of posting.