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Episode 56: Smells Like…Victory is out! In the fifty-sixth episode, Thomas and Danny examine the deals to Jeremy Affeldt and Javier Lopez, talk fantasy football, World Series bets, Apocalypse Now, and pick new movies for next week. Click on the image below to find it on iTunes: You can also find it on the RSS feed, or by clicking on the play button below. We look forward to your feedback, either by commenting here on the blog, emailing us at giantspod@gmail.com, or our Twitter feed. Go Giants!
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