When a baseball player is promoted for his “instant impact” minutes after his drafting, he suffers from football’s fallacious belief that either players instantaneously dominate or they are cut, which is disgusting effrontery to baseball’s refined practices of player development and multiple opportunities to contribute. A player dominating after three to four years of development is more characteristic to baseball. Furthermore, we add a book chat about the similar themes of this podcast to Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. Abomination? Football…and the Home Run derby, which has a clock and a bracket to add to its injurious blasphemy.