Found January 30, 2013 on Baseball Prospectus:
Ben and Sam discuss whether the latest PED revelations really revealed anything worrisome before previewing the Rays` season with Adam Sobsey. Then Pete talks to Tampa Bay Tribune Rays reporter Roger Mooney (at 25:30).
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