In another behemoth of a podcast, we cover a wide range of topics including: Local Seattle weed politics, the ever-unfolding MLB sign-stealing scandal, the NFL’s weird and disrespectful narratives aimed at black quarterbacks, and the pitfalls of hardcore NFL fandom in general.
For a month we at ASAB have been working on a metric called ALPE, that stands for Anonymity to League Popularity Egregiousness. What ALPE does is it measures a sports franchise level of genericness, or Padres, as we like to call it. It factors anonymity, league popularity, market size, market share, and a team’s history. […]
In ASAB 31 we discuss a number of pressing sports topics such as: Racist ass Don Cherry, Baseball’s electronic sign stealing scandal, and the egregious case of the Washington Football Franchise’s handling of Trent Williams’ cancer recovery. Also, we’ve got editorial content coming up!
Recorded the night before Halloween, we reacted to the news surrounding Gizmodo Media Group and their sports publication Deadspin.
In episode 29 we had quite a bit to talk about. First off we had to address the despicable fuckery that went down regarding the Astros and their (now former) assistant GM Brandon Taubman and his atrocious behavior. We also talked NBA season predictions, the MLB World Series, and Patrick being mad at shitty fonts. […]
For episode 28 we’ve got a hell of a lot to talk about with regards to the MLB Postseason. We run down what we think about each team and their chances of winning the world series. We also talk about some of the teams NOT in the postseason, mostly the ones actively tanking. Spoiler alert: […]
The Antonio Brown saga was ugly and unrelentingly shitty on all fronts. It started off weird and has only gotten more grotesque as it continued to unfold over the last few months. It was impossible to ignore, an absolute sports news behemoth. AB is a total scumbag and no one will deny that at all. […]