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Keaton O. DeRocher is an Industrial Engineer in Chicago, writer for Over The Monster, and voice on the Over The Monster podcast network. Lover of bat flips, brunch, and Bombay Sapphire. His High School batting average was .179 and he lead the team in strikeouts. Follow him on Twitter @TheSpokenKeats

The Red Seat Podcast: Boston Sports Hierarchy

In this episode of the show Jake and Keaton try and figure out how the Red Sox stack up against the other teams in the Boston sports landscape.

The Red Seat Podcast: Planning our Optimal Offseason

In this episode of the show Keaton and I go through what we’d like to see happen in the event the offseason goes exactly as we plan.

The Red Seat Podcast: Talking Xander and the Rule Changes for 2023

In this episode of the show Keaton and I discuss the latest comments by Bogaerts, we get you caught up on the rule changes for 2023, and we answer a slew of excellent listener questions.

The Red Seat Podcast: Eyes to 2023

In this episode of the show we discuss the recent roster moves that have the team looking towards 2023.

The Pre-Cap Pod: Brayan Bello Makes Us Happy, The Tampa Bay Rays Do Not

We look back on a wild series against the Jays, and look ahead to a team we hate.

The Red Seat Podcast: Mi Casas es su Casas?

In this episode of the show we explore the latest Red Sox news including the decision not to bring up Triston Casas.

The Red Seat Podcast: Getting Healthy at the Right Time

In this episode of the show we discuss whether or not a healthy and reenergized Red Sox team can make a push for the postseason.

The Red Seat Podcast: Why? But at the same time, how?

In this episode of the show we check in on how your last place Red Sox are performing relative to the league and go position by position to blame players, Bloom, or simply bad luck.

The Red Seat Podcast: Trade Deadline Special

On this episode of the show Jake and Keaton are joined by Shelly to breakdown the moves made by the Red Sox at the MLB trading deadline.

The Red Seat Podcast: Serving Up Blame Pie

Who is to blame for this stretch of horrendous baseball?