PMS talks baseball terminology


5 May 1993: First Basemen Eric Karros of the Los Angeles Dodgers slides into third base during the Dodgers game against the San Francisco Giants at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California.

Petros and Money have not held back their disappointment for the proliferation of "velo", which is velocity shortened for those who do not want to pronounce all three syllables, and former Dodger Rookie of the Year Eric Karros shares a similar sentiment.

Karros not only expressed disdain for velo, but also established baseball phrases like 'toe the rubber' and 'taking the bump'. The conversation has evolved into a full-fledged debate, and Petros and Money are here to break it all down for you.

Listen below.

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