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Seattle Mariners' Brandon League is going to merit a lot of attention from numerous teams as the July 31st trade deadline comes closer.  Is he the best reliever who may be available? T- Money and Joey Mac Daddy discuss the top potential relief canidates on the market, and how the Phillies are in desperate need of some relief in many ways.  This topic is based on two listener submitted topics.  Thank you to Sean and Tyler for their recommendations.


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