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Digging Deeper Into The 1-1 Debate

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After a Carlos-caused week-long hiatus, the draft team gets back on the podcast to talk about the state of the 1-1 race in the 2024 class. Peter makes his best case for Oregon State second baseman Travis Bazzana as most of the draft world falls further in love with Charlie Condon—but is Bazzana 1-1 as hot a take as you think?

The two dig into their numbers a bit more and explore Condon’s unusual home/road splits and also get into a conversation about the importance of makeup. Peter wonders if Texas A&M outfielder Braden Montgomery would have a 1-1 case in any other year and the two then talk about whether or not Montgomery should keep switch hitting at the next level. 

After the top-of-the-class conversation dies down, the two move into a discussion about other players making moves (and not always up) on the draft board including Kentucky outfielder Ryan Waldschmidt, Bucknell third baseman Sean Keys, Austin Peay infielder and outfielder Jon Jon Gazdar, TCU shortstop Anthony Silva and Texas A&M lefthander Ryan Prager.

Time Stamps

(2:30) Charlie Condon & Travis Bazzana heaters

(6:30) Travis Bazzana track record

(9:00) The importance of makeup

(12:30) Charlie Condon home/road splits

(17:30) Does Braden Mongtomery fit into the convo?

(21:00) Should Montgomery stop switch hitting?

(27:20) Ryan Waldschmidt

(32:40) Sean Keys

(39:00) Jon Jon Gazdar

(42:00) Anthony Silva 

(47:00) Ryan Prager 

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