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Up And In: The Baseball Prospectus Podcast

By Kevin Goldstein

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Every week, Kevin Goldstein and Jason Parks look at the week in baseball, discussing current news, dissecting one big issue, and and times going off on tangents and discussing movies, film or art for extended periods of time

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Outsider art. Chicago noise rock. Pork al pastor. Heaping helpings of snark. And sometimes baseball.

I'm not a podcast person. I don't generally listen to them: I can't be bothered to search through the chaff to find the wheat. But thank the powers that be that I found Up and In.

It's less like a podcast than like hanging around with two smart guys who are into food, music, art, movies, and really, *really* know baseball. If you want baseball and only baseball, this is NOT the podcast for you. But if you want to hear about the Shaggs, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and Mexican Coke while you hear about the Royals top prospects, then by all means, click Subscribe.


Not only are they intelligent, but willing to try their listeners chili. Out of all the baseball podcasts I listen to this one is the best. After spending 27 hours 51 minutes and 55 seconds listening to these two I have no complaints, a lot more knowledge, and a much happier work life.

Keep up the good work.

Loose-limbed, plenty of projectability

Sabermetrics struggles with the perception that there is a steep learning curve to catch up with the rest of the class. And while acronyms and numbers pile up like newspapers in a hoarder's house, the idea of thinking critically about baseball shines through. You don't need to know advanced stats to enjoy this podcast. Actually, you're better served by bringing a general knowledge to the proceedings. Hosts Kevin Goldstein and Jason Parks converse freely on any number of topics, but never to the point where you wish they would press the stop button on the recording. Segments help move the show right along, and other podcasts could learn a thing from the clean recording and functional production used on Up and In. If this is your first interaction with Baseball Prospectus, it's a great gateway to the rest of their print and online products.