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In honor of a false one-hit wonder, RIP Adam Schlesinger. You've got All Kinds of Time now.

Will Aaron Sanchez do anything in MLB again? ESPN says no in its latest article, but A.J. Andrews wonders if that is really the case. She breaks down the hard road Aaron has to return to relevancy. She also does something rare on the podcast: she gives credit to a Texas Ranger. Specifically, one of the few she really likes as Shin-Soo Choo's donation to the minor leaguers of the Rangers highlights just how badly that money is needed by those players, and how MLB should be providing it instead of the players.

The second half sees her discuss the Blue Jays' 6-4 Wednesday night loss to the Reds to close out that three-game series. She questions the decision to bring Ken Giles out for a second-straight game despite a shaky performance on March 31, and how the Blue Jays need options besides the Iceman. Anthony Bass was not that tonight. She also discusses how the offense can't just rely on Vladimir Guerrero Jr. being hot all the time, and needs to start stepping up with some support.

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