Thursday, September 19, 2019

The Washington Nationals are on a roll

Roberto Rodriguez
The Washington Nationals appear poised to continue their monumental comeback and secure a spot in the postseason.

The Platinum Sombrero: Wrath of the Babip Gods

We bask in the presence of Ronald Acuna's greatness and discuss the series victory of the Mets, as well as the importance of the upcoming series against the Dodgers.

The Platinum Sombrero: Bomb Squad In Full Effect

We take a wistful look back at the offensive explosion we witnessed in Minnesota, the starts by Folty and Fried, and dig in to the latest minor league promotions

The Platinum Sombrero: The Price Was Right

The deadline came and went and Alex Anthopolous had some things to say! After a day full of trades around the league, Ben Chase joins us to tell us how Atlanta's farm system is affected as well as give a little preview of his upcoming Top 100.

The Platinum Sombrero: You Never Forget Your First

Big things are afoot as we receive some breaking news right as we begin the show! and we welcome on our very first patron Megan for her first-ever podcast debut.

Why the Phillies Won’t Buy at the Deadline

With the Trade Deadline approaching quickly the Phillies are a legitimate bubble team, and sit in third place in the NL East.

The Platinum Sombrero: Decisions Decisions

We continue our trade discussions as Atlanta looks to put a dagger in Washington's hearts during this series

The Platinum Sombrero: Break Time Is Over

The 2nd half is about to begin and we take a look at what's ahead for Atlanta. Afterwards we do a dive into explaining the most popular advanced metrics and why we use them

The Platinum Sombrero: 4th Of July Spectacular

The Braves are 15 games over .500, the NL East is tanking, and the Braves are sending 2 21-year-olds to the All-Star game. What more could you want?

The Platinum Sombrero: The Nicest Episode

It's the 69th episode (nice) and who else could we bring on but Guarav Vedak? This week we discuss the all-star voting, the trash play of 3 NL East teams, and 1 very disturbing quite by Brian Snitker.
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