Found June 19, 2013 on Baseball Prospectus:
PLAYERS: Jose Iglesias
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about young pitchers, prospects switching positions, Jose Iglesias` high BABIP, and base coaches.
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