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Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley joke about Vince Velasquez’s hip Pirates video, Cody Bellinger’s “mutant version” and just Francisco Rodriguez’s Hall of Fame ballot, then (10:09 p.m.) discuss Carlos Correa’s 13-year contract with Carlos Correa. The Giants and its implications for the future of the NL West, the Twins and Cubs and the production of older players, and thoughts on the state of the Dodgers’ rotation after signing Noah Syndergaard. After that (51:24), a FanGraphs writer Ben Clemens joins to get everyone interested in interest rates and explain why the CB and economic conditions have encouraged teams to sign so many free agents to extremely long deals this winter. They close (1:22:40) with a blast from 1942’s past.

Audio introLuxembourg Signal, Ramblin’ Rodriguez
Audio interstitialThe Hold Steady, “On With the Business”
Audio leakPUP, “Grim Reaping”

Link to Velazquez video
Link to sign the tweet
Link to Priester video
Link to the laptop tweet
Link to pirate winter movements
Link to the “mutant version” tweet
Link to stupid tweet
Link to Belisle Reciprocal Option
Link to bad ballot
Link to Dan S. in Correa
Link to Mallory Pugh wiki
Link to Eisert in Syndergaard
Link to the Dodgers depth chart
Link to SP depth charts
Link to Simon Correa
Reference to Olney on Judge
Link to Ricketts comment
Link to Ben on long trades
Link to Rosenthal for long deals
Link to EW for long deals
Link to Kovalchuk’s article
Link to NPR on interest rates
Link to 1942 story source
Link to FDR’s letter
Link to Jakob Pomrenke’s website
Link to Jakob Pomrenke on Twitter
Link to Carlin’s video
Link to Carlin’s transcript
Link to the Secret Santa sign-up sheet
Link to Secret Santa FB thread

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