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– Originally aired 9/1/2015
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The Fantasy Insiders Show w/ Joel Henard and Mike Hilbig-9/1/2015
- Jose Fernandez call up
- MVP Discussion
- Cardinals Consistency
- Is Joc Pederson dropable before next year?
- Player Rater
- Join the Football Listener League
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