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From Complex To Queens, Episode 62: One man’s worth

This week, the team sits down and actually calculates how much it costs to run a Major League farm system.

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Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the podcast from Amazin’ Avenue focusing on the Mets’ minor league system.

In honor of World Milk Day, the team discusses cheese in Promote, Extend, Trade.

After, Steve gives us an update on our adopted CPBL team, the Uni-President Lions, and our adopted KBO team, the LG Twins.

Finally, the team looks tries to break down minor league expenses as detailed as possible, according to publicly available data. On the heels of multiple organizations releasing a massive amount of minor league farmhands, we wonder: how much does it cost to actually fund a minor league system, as the system currently stands? The answer might surprise you.

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Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets!