Baseball Nation Show, Episode 2

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For the second episode of the Baseball Nation Show, Rob and Grant talk about Roy Oswalt, Justin Verlander, the Houston Astros, and more.

The sequel is even better, as Rob and Grant stare into your soul and talk about baseball. Turns out that Evan Longoria is healthy, Bobby Valentine is weird, and Justin Verlander is good. Rob and Grant get to the bottom of those discoveries, and they also take a look into the theory that the Astros aren't playing good basebal.

Take a gander, and thanks for watching:


If you have any questions for Rob and Grant, send them to baseballshow@sbnation.com, and they'll answer them on the air next week. Baseball questions? Movie questions? Help identifying the things in the background of Rob and Grant's homes?

For more related links, check out our stories on Baseball Nation:
Longoria being activated
Bobby V’s Red Sox future
Verlander fans 14 in W vs. Yankees
Oswalt is not happy in Texas

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