Episode 38: The Farmersode!

Enjoy our first recording of the season! Joe, Nick, and Aaron take a comprehensive look at the Cleveland rotation, elite offense out of Chicago and Minnesota, and White Sox radio commentator Ed Farmer gets some love.

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Episode 37: The Spartysode

We welcomed Kevin Pajor (@3GamesToLove), Larry Von Kurtze (@LarryVonKurtze), and Tom Flynn (@mighty_flynn) to the pod for a White Sox roundtable. It’s the perfect way to get ready for an exciting 2014 season!

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Max Scherzer’s Enlightened Salary Gambit

Yeah, yeah, Max Scherzer turned down a contract worth more money than any of us will ever see in our lifetimes. The Tigers offered him an extension worth approximately $144 million on a 6 year deal. This is almost as much money as Chipper Jones earned in his entire career, which is notable because even Chipper Jones believed that turning down this contract was “greedy.” Chipper Jones also believes that the author of this piece is “chunky.” While the former is a matter of personal opinion, the latter is unequivocally true.

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Episode 36: The Delayisode

Enjoy!

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Episode 35: The BlueSkyisode

Lots of Royals and former Royals discussion with podcast zombie Jason, then Nick and Joe talk about relevant things.

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Episode 34: The Roombasode

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Tigers Bats Need Rescue

Tigers starting pitchers have thrown 21 innings with 2 earned runs in the ALCS. That's an 0.86 ERA, but yet they are down 2-1. While a bullpen meltdown was a factor, they have dug themselves a deeper hole by failing to hit. On a mission to win a World Series by any means necessary, Owner Mike Ilitch has an idea.

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Concise Ceys for Cleveland’s Wild Card Contest

Thanks to a stunning display of pitching, and also thanks to Minnesota accepting our podcast bribe to throw their games (the bribe was an old Grady Sizemore jersey, a 6 pack of Founders Breakfast Stout, and carpenter jorts sized for Ron Gardenhire), Cleveland is going to the playoffs! Their 24 game improvement was impressive, and good enough to get to the next level, but we know Cleveland fans are hungry for a championship (and Melt). Before they can play for a championship, they have to participate in baseball's newest time-honored tradition: the Wild Card Game. It will be a difficult task, but in the interest of divisional solidarity, I'm going to help out with some keys for the game.

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Episode 33: The Mantisode

Normal Nick and Aaron Wilson recorded the single legalest episode in Inverted W history and avoided being devoured by a mantis. Barely.

Featured music: Dr. John

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For September, InvertedW Gets Called up to the Written Word.

Hey guys! Michigan Nick here, writing to you as Normal Nick (both because I have moved to Normal, IL and cause Minnesota Nick needs to learn his place), trying to provide podcast-quality content in a more visual format.

What kind of content? September call-up content! Like September call-ups, these articles will probably show up a lot less often then you'd think, be terrible, and never return in future seasons. I just hope no one asks me to intentionally walk Chris Getz. So without further ado, here are some September call-ups that might do some baseball things.

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