This week on The Underdog:

On this week’s episode Chris Horwedel and Anshu Khanna talk about:

  • What’s going on with Manny Machado and Bryce Harper?
  • What does the Yonder Alonso trade mean for the White Sox?
  • How does Michael Brantley fit with the Astros?
  • Why is J.T. Realmuto worth so much in trade?
  • What happens next with Troy Tulowitzki?
  • Week 16 picks brought to you by Skybook Sportsbook

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Very likely the only website contributor who is also an NFL owner (yes, a family member once bought into one of those valueless stock sales and gifted him a share of the Green Bay Packers), Anshu has been #belt-ing his way into your hearts and loins since joining Chris Horwedel's NFL Draft Blitz circa 2007 and contributing to ProFootballFocus starting in 2010. A lifelong Chicagoan with Wisconsin ties, this King In The North spends his winters attached to the United and Kohl Center hardwoods and ice rinks, as well as to the Frozen Tundras of Lambeau Field and Camp Randall Stadium. His summers are occupied by keeping a watchful eye on the White Sox farm system and creepily monitoring spandex-ed NFL Draftees. Expect a nerd-out and judgmental elitism. Also, made-up words.


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