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January 26, 1:00 PM ET
Chat with Keith Law

Klaw
  (1:03 PM)

This is a journey into snark.

jason (muskegon, mi)

In StL in good shape to contend for the next 5 years with their farm system and not overpaying Albert?

Klaw
  (1:05 PM)

Yes, especially in the weakest division in the majors - the Pirates and Astros aren't good, or close to it, and the Cubs are deliberately taking a step back. Even the Brewers are staring at a dropoff after 2012. That helps the Reds and Cards as the two best teams in the division.

Jason (Nashville)

Do you have an ETA on the prospects lists? The last I saw from you was the end of next week

Klaw
  (1:05 PM)

My editors pushed it back to after the Super Bowl, so Feb 6-8. It'll be worth the wait - I think the player comments are the longest I've ever written.

Klaw
  (1:07 PM)

I abhor that line of thinking. You can't tell who did and didn't use PEDs from a stat line any more than you can tell who used from looking at his back. The inevitable outcome of that philosophy is that the speaker sees what he wants to see.

Ian (MPLS)

Would anyone in this years draft crack the top 7 of last years draft?

Klaw
  (1:07 PM)

Right now, no, I don't think so.

jbizzy (Bmo)

Os say part of Sung-min signing was based on projecting the southpaw to grow from his current reported 5 10 to 6 1. Do you buy that future height is so easily predicted?

Klaw
  (1:10 PM)

Predicting body development is a big part of scouts' jobs, although it's usually about a frame filling out more than a player growing three freaking inches after his 18th birthday, which is pretty rare. A scout would also want to meet the parents and see how tall they are, how broad, how heavy, etc. I'm much more comfortable looking at a 17-year-old Tyler Skaggs and telling you he'll add velocity because he's tall and thin with broad shoulders rather than looking at a 17-year-old Jarrod Parker and telling you he'll grow from 6' to 6'3" because I like his fastball.

BD (DC)

Hello KLaw. Sammy Solis had a monster AFL. Has his ceiling changed at all for you?

Klaw
  (1:11 PM)

AFL stats don't really affect evaluations of players. He looked good, with a little more velocity than I'd seen before and a better slider, but also had elbow trouble, and the slot is still a real negative for a starter.

Sam (Chicago) [via mobile]

Are you of the school that believes the holes exposed in Anthony Rizzo's swing last summer are fixable or is this going to be a fatal flaw that plagues him his whole career?

Klaw
  (1:12 PM)

I think the idea that he had "holes exposed" (try taking that phrase out of context) as a 21-year-old in the big leagues is pretty damn silly.

Wade (Nashville)

Who should I be watching at Vandy this year? Will you be making any trips out this way?

Klaw
  (1:13 PM)

Not this year. No first-round candidates in this class.

Carlos (CA)

Kole Calhoun had a monster year in high A. I realize he was a college bat that should be expected to hit at the level and that his tools are modest, but do you see him developing into an everyday solid regular? Or is fourth outfielder the best we can hope for?

Klaw
  (1:14 PM)

Chance to be a regular. Not a star. Old for the level and it's a good place to hit, but clearly better than I thought he was in college.

Person (DC)

Lidge 1/1 from Nats. good bad or meaningless?

Klaw
  (1:14 PM)

Probably meaningless. Certainly not bad.

Jeff (Baltimore)

Klaw, for OTL the other day, do they film you at your house? Or do you have to go to some studio?

Klaw
  (1:14 PM)

Studio in Phoenix.

Dave (NY)

Boo-yah!! Prince and Miggy now cornerstones of the .... infield defense?

Klaw
  (1:16 PM)

I love the delusional Tiger fans arguing with Lynn Henning on his Twitter feed about Cabrera somehow being able to play a position now, 3 years and 50 pounds later, that he couldn't play the last time he tried.

Zach (Otto)

How do you see the Astos young players progressing? Are there any future solid regulars or All-Stars out of Lyles, Altuve, Paredes, Martinez? I would be happy with guys that are league average at this point.

Klaw
  (1:17 PM)

No All-Stars. Lyles and Altuve solid-average regulars. The others are extra guys. It's pretty ugly - Luhnow inherited very little that he could trade for long-term assets.

Eric (CT)

Given that the Braves drafts recently have been really bad, and the Latin Trio will no longer be eligible for prospects lists next year, is this the last of the Braves being in the top half of organizational rankings for a while? Thanks!

Klaw
  (1:17 PM)

That's probably fair. I'm glad someone else has noticed that their drafts have been really poor of late.

Dave (G-8 town)

Keith, wondering why you're so down on Brett Jackson...even with the boatload of K's, he's maintained a very high OBP (THE most important offensive stat), with above average power while playing a premium defensive position...his K-rate surely doesn't trump all of his positives?

Klaw
  (1:19 PM)

Well, yeah, it does. If he can't maintain a high enough contact rate against better-quality pitching, the OBP won't hold up.

Mike (Philly) [via mobile]

Hey Keith. What do you think of that Ryan Howard deal now???

Klaw
  (1:20 PM)

It looks even worse. He's making more per year than Pujols or Fielder, but is massively inferior to both. The funniest part was Amaro saying he was even happier with the deal today than he was when he signed it. Does he actually think Howard's a better player than either of the other two guys?

Nick (Long Island)

Adrian Cardenas was just DFA'd by the A's. Worth a 40 man spot by another team?

Klaw
  (1:20 PM)

Probably just an extra guy in the big leagues, but I could see someone like Houston taking a shot at him, although Altuve might make him superfluous.

Nathan (Iowa) [via mobile]

As the GM of the Cubs, would you be comfortable going into a bidding war in excess of $50 million for Cespedes' services? Target Soler? Cespedes? Both?

Klaw
  (1:21 PM)

I'd be in on both, since they're the last truly free international free agents we'll have until eventually baseball realizes they've shot themselves in the foot with the restrictions in the new CBA.

David (Arlington, VA)

According to a poll by Yahoo Sports, 50% of men and 32% of women ages 18 -24 say that they'd give up sex for an entire year if it meant their team could win a championship.

Klaw
  (1:22 PM)

Morons.

Kyler (Columbus, OH)

Why do the Orioles continue to sign terrible washed up players?

Klaw
  (1:23 PM)

Well, since the average age of Duquette hires is around 82..

Kevin (St. Paul (MN))

Cabrera said third was his "natural position," and here I thought his natural position was DH.

Klaw
  (1:23 PM)

I actually thought his natural position was "seated."

Wes (PA)

Any hope for a Drabek rebound in 2012?

Klaw
  (1:24 PM)

I think so. Vegas was really not the right spot for a guy who was overthrowing when he got into trouble - the harder he tries to throw, the worse his command, and the worse the breaking ball gets.

Greg (Knoxville, TN)

Ha, like baseball will ever admit they damaged their own sport by screwing over inner city baseball or foreign players by lowering the money making potential of prospects.

Klaw
  (1:25 PM)

True. I'll probably be covering indoor lacrosse by that point.

Joe (Tampa)

Keith, been reading you for a number of years now. I feel as if my education is complete as the first thoughts I had on Detroit signing Fielder were; how bad is that infield defense going to be and how much is he going to be hurt playing in such a pitcher friendly park? You can teach old dogs new tricks.

Klaw
  (1:25 PM)

Only if the dog can stop licking his own junk long enough to learn. So ... congrats!

Mark (Omaha)

What is the ceiling for Andrelton Simmons?

Klaw
  (1:26 PM)

There's really not much bat there at all. He doesn't walk, doesn't hit for power, so he's a plus-plus fielder with minimal offense. That might actually be a starter right now, but not a great one.

Craig (Philadelphia)

Girl scout cookies - yea or nay?

Klaw
  (1:28 PM)

Well, my daughter sold them this year, so my answer would be "yea" regardless of whether I liked the cookies.

Nick (Long Island)

Early draft question. What's your opinion of Carlos Correa? Do you think he can stay at SS?

Klaw
  (1:29 PM)

Top 20 pick, possible top 10 pick. Yes, I like his chances to stay at SS.

Klaw
  (1:29 PM)

And he'll also get me to Puerto Rico for the first time, which sounds like a good thing.

Craig (Toronto)

Jose Bautista recently said in a interview that he's been tested for PED's 16 times since his 2010 season but only 3 times prior. Is MLB going to start burning suspected witches soon too?

Klaw
  (1:32 PM)

I just saw that this morning - MLB should be ashamed if that's true. They're falling prey to that same thinking about how you can tell who's using PEDs just by looking at the back of his baseball card.

Steven (Kingsport)

Do you think Iglesius starts at SS for Red Sox? I know he can't hit but at least he can field spectacularly. Punto can't hit and is average in the field, Aviles can't hit and can't field (sort of a better Yunuevsky Betancourt). How can any team trade the only playable SS on the roster for a couple of relief pitchers? No way Theo backs himself into that kind of a corner.

Klaw
  (1:32 PM)

I don't see Iglesias starting for them on Opening Day. So, yes, they have a platoon of a shortstop who can hit but can't field and a shortstop who can field but can't hit, neither of whom can stay healthy.

Chuck (Philly)

True that Ryan Howard is getting more per year than Pujols and Fielder, but the lenghth of the deal is about half the other guys. And I think it's reasonable to assume that if Howard didn't blow out his achilles on the last play of the season he would have gotten more than 5 years from someone.

Klaw
  (1:35 PM)

He was also signed two full years before the Phillies needed to make a decision, and they could have acquired a better player now at a lower AAV. I also disagree on your assumption of five years - he's declined for two years now, is basically a platoon player, and can't field. Why would the third-best player in his subgroup get seven or eight years?

Brandon (OC, CA)

Keith... really enjoy your columns, podcasts, food tweets. I'm particularly looking forward to your prospect article... without giving too much away, does it seem to you that AAA and AA are much thinner in talent and depth than in years past? Keep up the good work.

Klaw
  (1:35 PM)

They absolutely are. I'm finding my top 100 is loaded with high-upside guys from A-ball or below.

Ken (Palo Alto)

Why do people talk about players who "can't" stay healthy -- as if that was a character trait of the player, rather than just a matter of the luck of the draw. Isn't that as bad as talking about being "clutch"

Klaw
  (1:37 PM)

I do think health is, to some degree, a player "skill," whether it's genetics or conditioning or both. Ask Chris Snelling.

Fonz (Milwaukee)

What are the odds that Stryker Trahan remains at catcher? He seems a prime candidate for a Wil Myers-type move on the basis of "athleticism being wasted behind the plate" and "catching slowing down his path to MLB", which arguments seem to me to be wrong and myopic, respectively. Thoughts?

Klaw
  (1:38 PM)

I think Trahan stays there - and yes, I think teams are often too quick to move a guy out, although in Myers' case he's going to end up too big to catch anyway. But your general point holds. I still think the Royals should have let Moustakas catch.

Eric B (Evanston, IL)

My first thought after the Howard injury was, "Great, now Philly fans will use this as excuse for why the deal will be bad for the team rather than have to face facts about his overratedness."

Klaw
  (1:38 PM)

Well, some fans, at least.

Mike(San Diego) [via mobile]

After seeing what Prince got for a contract, can we agree that Scott Boras is probably better at his job than about 99.9% of us?

Klaw
  (1:39 PM)

As I said under my analysis, I am shocked that all of the "Scott Boras really screwed up this winter!" commenters disappeared.

Steven (Kingsport)

In addition on the Howard argument, when Votto hits the market, the Phils minus Howard would have been about the only big market team without a lot of money invested in 1B and Howard's contract would be about Votto's next deal with more years.

Klaw
  (1:40 PM)

Dodgers?

Mike (Philly) [via mobile]

Since when is Ryan Howard a platoon player??? His fielding has improved, substantially, the past three seasons. Come on man, sounds like someone has some sort of ax to grind....get some facts and come back and see me!

Klaw
  (1:42 PM)

Since 2009, at least. Vs LHP he's got a .312 OBP over the last two years. As for his fielding ... sounds like someone's just a raging homer. He's bad, and only going to get worse into his 30s.

ar (philly)

can't believe people are still defending the howard contract. whatever. what's your opinion on the 6-7 year pitching contracts that hamels is in line for?

Klaw
  (1:47 PM)

I can't imagine ever giving a pitcher 7 years. I suppose there's some situation where you are in a short window, and figure you'll go for it over the next two years and will live with the risk ... and if your owner is OK with that, sure. But it flies in the face of everything I believe to be true about player valuation and projection.

Paul (MI)

Detroit has an unemployment rate over 20%, the country's highest foreclosure rate, and 34% of their children under 5 live in poverty. Yet there was $214 million laying around to give Prince Fielder???!!! Shameful!

Klaw
  (1:48 PM)

I sincerely hope this was just bait, but given how many people believe player salaries drive ticket prices, I can't be sure.

dc (dc)

I'm confused by Duq's international strategy... is it just to sign every Asian with a pulse and hope at least one of them doesn't suck?

Klaw
  (1:48 PM)

Because it worked so well ten years ago in Boston!

Greg (NYC)

"can't believe people are still defending the howard contract. "I wouldn't care as much if the chorus of delusion wasn't being led by the Phillies' general manager.

Klaw
  (1:49 PM)

I could see how that might frustrate you.

Zach (Austin)

Buster Olney just wrote a blog that basically said small market teams cannot compete for free agents. Didntt these small market teams seal their own fate with the lates CBA? If they are stuck spending money on bad free agents instead of draft picks they will never be able to compete. Why should we feel sorry for them if the situation they are in is the situation they chose?

Klaw
  (1:51 PM)

Selig's authority seems to be absolute - he wanted the new CBA, he wanted the restrictions on draft spending (as did Reinsdorf, who has never been willing to spend on the draft, which shows in their farm system right now), so the owners went along.

Bret (Toronto)

Is it reasonable to project Anthony Gose to become similar to the player BJ Upton has been the past few years?

Klaw
  (1:52 PM)

They're not that similar.

Joe (DC)

Do you think Brian Matusz still has "stud" potential after is velocity decrease and crazy 2011 season?

Klaw
  (1:53 PM)

I don't know how to forecast him because I don't know where the velocity went; when a guy loses that much off his fastball, I assume it's a shoulder injury, but there's no indication from Baltimore (yet) that that's the case.

hector (chicago)

what does drive ticket prices if its not players salary/.... please educate! thanks!!!

Klaw
  (1:53 PM)

Demand. The owner is a quasi-monopolist and will price tickets to maximize revenue based on the demand curves.

Greg (Ellicott City)

Who reaches respectability first: Orioles or Astros?

Klaw
  (1:53 PM)

Astros.

Matt (NY)

I feel like most Red Sox fans are eager to see the team make a move for pitching so they no longer have to listen to writers ask what they hell they are doing this off season; however the reality is they will be able to compete in the AL just fine with the roster as is. If the alternative to the status quo is multiple years to edwin jackson (given rumors of oswalts' reluctance to come to Boston) I would rather see the team stand pat. The AL East will not be kind to that man.

Klaw
  (1:55 PM)

You're being unkind to Jackson - he was in the AL East, posting a 100 ERA+ last time around, and he's a better pitcher today than he was then (even though I have some doubts about him). I don't think the goal for Red Sox fans is "able to compete," though, and as is they're not locks for the postseason, so I understand the desire to see the team do something.

Dave (New York)

Based on progress to date, when would you say Tyler Skaggs throws his first major league pitch?

Klaw
  (1:55 PM)

Midyear.

Eric B (Evanston, IL)

How much do their respective owners factor in to your answer re the O's and Astros?

Klaw
  (1:56 PM)

That's the number one factor.

Charles (San Jose)

Is paying Joe Saunders $6 million instead of letting Bauer, Skaggs, Miley, Corbin, etc. battle it out for the 5th spot a smart move?

Klaw
  (1:56 PM)

I don't think so, but I understand wanting to give those guys (except Miley, really) more time in the minors.

Matt (NY)

Afternoon Klaw, Is there any reason at this point to be optimistic that Anthony Ranaudo will ever develop into more than a middle of the rotation innings eater? This assuming of course his elbow holds up to let him achieve even that.

Klaw
  (1:57 PM)

Consensus of scouts who saw him this year is that it's a third starter ceiling, at best. Some like him less than that, no one seems to like him more. The deception just isn't deceiving.

David (Arlington, VA)

Best Q in Nashville?

Klaw
  (1:58 PM)

No clue, but since I'm stuck going there in December, I'm open to suggestions.

Gus (Durham)

Best indicator stat that a batter's selectivity (his batting "eye") is improving?

Klaw
  (1:58 PM)

Best indicator comes from watching the quality of his at bats.

Dave (New York)

What does Tom Milone have to do to succeed as a major league SP? ("get hitters out" doesn't count)

Klaw
  (1:59 PM)

Add some kind of trick pitch, or magically add 3-4 mph to his fastball. I think he's an up-and-down guy.

Klaw
  (2:00 PM)

I'm sorry that I'm not answering some of the prospect questions, but they'll be answered in two weeks when the top 100 comes out (and I'll chat again then as well).

Pete (Chicago )

You have a problem with Nashville? Or is that just your general snarkiness?

Klaw
  (2:01 PM)

I have a major problem with the horrendous, sprawling, overpriced hotel/facility where MILB insists on holding the winter meetings every five years, even though the MLB folks hate it and it's not actually in Nashville but somewhere closer to the State of Franklin.

ML (IL)

Does AZ have any really good farm-to-table type restaurants worth visiting, aside from maybe Bianco's places?

Klaw
  (2:02 PM)

Pretty sure Arcadia Farms fits, and Liberty Market in Gilbert (part of the Agritopia empire with Joe's Farm Grill and Joe's BBQ).

Rex (Tex.)

Is Eric Surkamp and up and down guy too? I didnt see the awesome curve ball that he is reported to have once he reached the majors.. couldnt strike anybody out.

Klaw
  (2:02 PM)

Yep.

ar (philly)

went on a southern bbq road trip. stayed a couple nights in nashville. those were the nights we didn't eat bbq.

Klaw
  (2:03 PM)

From what I remember, it's all about meat-and-three there, not Q. Swett's and Arnold's were both pretty solid.

Snakes (Philly)

You are being a little hard on Howard. He was an MVP. He is not a "platoon player". He was coming off a monster year when they gave him that deal. Not saying its a good deal, btu you are being a bit harsh here.

Klaw
  (2:04 PM)

"He was an MVP." But wasn't actually the most valuable player that year, or even close. As for platoon player ... look at the splits. Or, you know, close the computer and watch a game.

Nate (WNC native)

I get that state of Franklin refernce!! Anyway, Asheville beats the brakes off Nashville anyday. Great beer and food, plus the Rockies A-ball team is here.

Klaw
  (2:04 PM)

I have heard great things about Asheville. Just haven't had a great reason to get there yet.

Ryan Ram (Montreal )

Hey Klaw, Quick question cause my class is about to start, do u see the cardinals having any injury issues with their olders players such as berkman, carp, beltranan and what should cards fans expect from wainwright?

Klaw
  (2:05 PM)

Yes, that would be a concern for me as well. I'd keep expectations modest for Wainwright - don't count on a full-season workload, and don't be surprised if he has to skip a few starts here or there.

Jonner (Denver, CO)

How does Dylan Bundy compare to other top HS arms drafted in history? I'm assuming Brien Taylor is still the 'gold standard'....

Klaw
  (2:06 PM)

I had one senior FO exec who saw Bundy last year tell me he thought Bundy would be in an Opening Day rotation if he was 6'3" instead of 6'. So yeah, he's pretty good.

ziggy (Kansas City)

Clint Robinson of the Royals. Why can't he get any love?

Klaw
  (2:09 PM)

Because he's not really that good. 4A guy.

Jason (Atlanta)

Fair to speculate that Castellanos is now a trade chip for Detroit?

Klaw
  (2:09 PM)

No. It's not like they have a 3b blocking him.

daphne (somerville, ma)

Ever go to the Raleigh/Durham area for your scouting? (See my earlier question about not knowing amateur baseball if there's an obvious answer!) Just have to pimp my family's ice cream business to check out if you go. theparlourdurham.com :)

Klaw
  (2:10 PM)

Yes, usually at least twice a year to see some amateur stuff at the USA Baseball complex in Cary. Should be there at the end of March for a HS tournament there. But be warned, I'm a tough grader on ice cream.

Jerry (NYC)

Besides downhill plane and projection, how exactly does height help a pitcher?

Klaw
  (2:10 PM)

So, besides the ability to get groundballs and add velocity, you're looking for something else?

Dave (NJ)

Do you go shopping everyday you cook?

Klaw
  (2:12 PM)

I used to go maybe five times a week in Massachusetts, with Wilson Farms basically around the corner and Whole Foods just one listen to "Paranoid Android" away. Here I go far less often because of distance - plus I'm generally busier with writing and going to games here.

sweat (Calgary, AB)

Do you think AA and the Jays are on the right path to providing a team that can compete for a playoff spot for years to come? A lot of the local 'reporters' seem to be furious the Jays didn't sign Fielder.

Klaw
  (2:12 PM)

Yes, they're on the right path. You need to ignore those reporters more or less permanently, because that is straight-up rabblerousing.

JJ (Liberty Twp, OH)

Worst free agent contract given out this winter?

Klaw
  (2:12 PM)

Papelbon.

Josh (Phoenix)

Why don't teams front load long term contracts (if that's the right word). If you pay the big bucks now, then 5-6 years down the road pay less, thats a lot less financial stress on your payroll in the future. Your paying for the performance now not later. The players get the same pay regardless, and assuming there is not a no trade agreement, you can pawn them off later on much easier. Or do players just not agree to these, and if so why?

Klaw
  (2:13 PM)

Teams prefer backloading because it keeps money free in the current year to add more players, and because they're essentially betting on salary inflation. Players prefer backloaded deals because the final year's salary affects potential arbitration cases.

Sean (Lexington)

Keith, I love to watch college baseball but rarely do we see any games on until conference tourney time or the college world series. It's frustrating for those of us that want to watch these guys you speak of but can never find them on TV. Any chance you can talk to the programming folks for us? Or maybe they are reading this. Thanks in advance!

Klaw
  (2:14 PM)

We do an SEC game of the week every Thursday in April and May on ESPNU. I was on the pregame and postgame shows last year with Ben McDonald.

jake (detroit)

Signing a RP before January is like buying the newest technology the day it comes out, right?

Klaw
  (2:14 PM)

samsung'd

Muzzy (Leicester)

How much better would Top Chef be if they just eliminated the in-show advertising. Even the chili pepper challenge, which is something near and dear to my heart, really bugged me because the advertising element distracted me from watching the chefs.

Klaw
  (2:15 PM)

Well, it funds the show, so I get it. They could just be a little less pushy about it. Or maybe more pushy, hey, Healthy Choice sponsored this show, so let's get that out of the way up front, now we can cook.

Eddie (Chesapeake)

Giants people are starting drum up love for Kyle Crick. Over hyped homerism or legit prospect? Also, thoughts on Panik? Still overdrafted or did his first professional play impress you? Thanks!

Klaw
  (2:15 PM)

Rated Crick over Panik in last year's draft.

Jon (DC)

Any take on the Oscar Nominees? I'm pretty sure all those movies sucked.

Klaw
  (2:17 PM)

I've only seen one, and I didn't like it. I was very surprised "Martha Marcy May Marlene" (which I saw and liked) and "We Need to Talk About Kevin" (which I don't think opens here till next month) got so little love, and every critic I've read/asked seems to think "A Separation" was better than most of the BP nominees. Oh, and ... "The Help?" REALLY?

Death Not An Option (Please Choose)

Who does a better job, the academy folks picking their award finalists or bbwaa picking their award winners?

Klaw
  (2:18 PM)

BBWAA seasonal award voters > Oscar voters > HoF voters.

Jon (DC)

You realize the silent movie that no one ever is going to see is LOCK to win BP?

Klaw
  (2:19 PM)

Yes, but I'm going to see it. I'll probably see all of the BP nominees except "Extremely Loud..." which 1) critics really don't like that much anyway and 2) looks incredibly depressing in a way that I, as a father, am not sure I could handle.

Jack (Toronto)

Have you ever heard scouts discussing the looks of a players girl-friend, like in Money Ball? Ie, the hitter is no good because his girlfriend is a 6 at best.

Klaw
  (2:20 PM)

I may have heard some comments from home visits about so-and-so having a 70 mom. Maybe.

Nick (Cleveland)

Dillon Howard a number two or am I dreaming?

Klaw
  (2:20 PM)

I could see that, but it's a long way off.

Keith (Memphis)

Jim Leyland just said that he is confident that Miguel can play 3B. Thoughts?

Klaw
  (2:21 PM)

Well, what is he supposed to say? That his would-be 3b is too fat to play anywhere but first?

Josh (Toronto)

Of course The Help was going to be nominated. It's a movie that deals with racism. Just like Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close was going to get nominated because it deals with post 9/11.

Klaw
  (2:21 PM)

And so we close the chat with a discussion of the narrative. How fitting.

Klaw
  (2:22 PM)

No chat next week, but the following week you'll get the top 100 prospects and all the fixin's, plus another chat. Thanks for stopping by.