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I couldn’t get past 12 minutes of this show. Don’t know which one of you sounds like the white girl from the valley, like, like, like, um, like omg.
Tries to break the world record for using the word ‘like’ in a single podcast
I really enjoy the in-depth analysis. If the guy who sounds like the Dodger Dog cleared his throat and said “like” less, it would be perfect. Great job you two! Give us more - go Blue!
eric and jacob, enjoying all your works. greatly appreciate it. more
This was the first Dodgers pod I ever listened to and I will still consider it the gold standard. Eric knows his dodgers info better than anyone around and Jacob does an awesome job keeping the show moving and focused. Really great boys.
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this podcast launched 9 years ago and published 223 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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