1. Would going more in depth on certain topics create better content? An example being the classification topic we had in a prior show talking about Proton, Nitro Circus, Anarchy, and Rock Run. We somewhat just went around the room and everyone said if they would bump the teams or not.
Would it have been better if we looked more closely at say Protons teams roster points, players roster history to see how many guys have played major prior to this year(basically how many "move ups"), current team and player stats etc, then truly discussed/debated what class they should be?
2. Sticking with a similar theme of being able to go more in depth, would it sometimes be better to just have David host and then one or two panelist? We can use this week's show as an example for the style of content this could provide. On this week's show there will be a segment about BP/practice where each panelist will get asked a different question.
Would it be better to just have someone like Magnum on for an episode to really go over what he does at BP? What his approach is, what swings he works on etc. Possibly Magnum and another well known top level hitter? Or a guy like Mooch to talk all things pitching, and basically give him an episode to really educate us all.
Maybe softball isn't ready to go this deep yet and it is just wishful thinking on my part. I truly believe though that really letting these guys expand on certain things will create great content, and some good back and forth debate amongst high IQ softball people would be a lot of fun. Please let me know what you guys think.