Found September 01, 2012 on Two Guys, a Glove and a Coke Bottle:
The Joaquin Arias of first base. Photo by Bill Zarchy. Episode 89: X Gon’ Give It To Ya is out! In the eighty-ninth episode, Thomas and Danny reunite to talk about Melky Cabrera’s suspension, the Dodgers’ ridiculous trade with the Red Sox, September callups, Brandon Belt, Joaquin Arias and Tim Lincecum. 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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