Wahoo Watch Podcast #16, February 24, 2013

On this week’s podcast Erik Pinkerman, Ronnie Tellalian and Mike Brandyberry discuss the Cleveland Indians starting rotation. The crew discusses the importance of bounce back seasons from Justin Masterson and Ubaldo Jimenez and what to expect from Brett Myers and Zach McAllister. Erik thinks the rotation is better than people are making it out to be and Mike thinks Jimenez could be designated for assignment at some point during the season. Laurel Wilder joins the conversation and discusses her recent stories on Shawn Armstrong, Tony Wolters and T.J. House. The trio wraps up the show discussing the chances Carlos Carrasco, Trevor Bauer, Daisuke Matsuzaka and Scott Kazmir have to win the fifth spot in the rotation.

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