Coming Soon: The All Questions Answered Podcast

Hosting this blog’s podcast is far and away my favorite part of writing for It’s About the Money, as it gives me an opportunity not only to riff freely on anything and everything in the world of baseball with some of the most knowledgeable Yankees fans around, but a chance to interact with our equally intelligent listeners and readers. As the podcast has become more and more engrained with the blog, we have garnered more and more questions and thoughts from our audience, and those comments have become essential to our agenda. And for that, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

And now, it’s time for an episode of the podcast that is all about you.

We will be podcasting on Thursday, July 31, after the smoke has cleared from the trade deadline – and we want to hear from you. The goal is to have an episode almost entirely dedicated to answering listener questions, sprinkled with whatever noteworthy news develops in the interim. Anything is fair game – inquire about the trade deadline (what they did or didn’t do, what they should have done), the farm system, or the past, present, or future of the team. We shall do our best to answer each and every one of these questions intelligently, or with enough snark to hide our lack of knowledge on the subject.

All that I ask is that you have your questions in by 5 PM EST on Thursday, so that we have time to adequately prepare our answers.

You can ask questions in one of two ways: leave it here, in the comments, or ask me on Twitter, @DomenicLanza. I look forward to hearing from you!

Domenic is a staff writer for It's About the Money, and the host of the It's About the Money Stupid podcast. By day, he is a mild-mannered real estate attorney on Long Island, and an aspiring intellectual degenerate.

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