VIDEO: Pirates Roundtable Live — Episode 2

We’re ready for our sophomore slump! Pirates Roundtable Live returned to the Internet on Wednesday night. It’s a live videocast with a budget of $0, so anything can and did happen. You will be gazing upon the faces of these panel members for Episode 2:

David Manel from Bucs Dugout separated himself from Excel long enough to talk. There was also a surprise guest! Well, not really a guest. But I was certainly surprised.

Topics included: What Jeff Locke will become, Pirates’ possible All-Stars, potential pitching acquisitions, infield shifts, Pedro Alvarez socking dingers. Dingers! Plus we took your questions from Twitter with the hashtag #PiratesRoundtable.

Last week’s episode can be found here, and you should download the audio now if you want to keep it. Here is the link to this week’s episode if the video below is not working. We don’t start talking until 30 seconds in.

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James Santelli

James covers the Pirates beat for Pirates Prospects. He is a Broadcast Journalism student at USC and has written for such outlets as NBCOlympics.com, Pittsburgh Magazine and the official websites of the Los Angeles Clippers and Pittsburgh Penguins. James previously covered the Pirates for Pittsburgh Sports Report. He also broadcasts play-by-play for the USC Trojans baseball team and was awarded the 2013 Chick Hearn Memorial Scholarship and Allan Malamud Scholarship. James dispenses puns at his Twitter account (@JamesSantelli) where he promises to write in first-person. Google

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