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I don’t even know what that entails, but we’d be looking for different access to the on-air product. I think it could be cool. It would kind of loosen the reins a little, make the broadcasts a little more compelling. It would be in the category of ‘something different’ (but) how that takes shape I don’t know.’’
Buck's microphone won't be turned on. That's something different that could be cool and compelling all at the same time.
As far as I know they've been doing this since 2010, when I was working there. Granted I haven't used it since, but I can't imagine it's no longer an option.
I know I'd pay extra money for MLB Extra Innings if they had the option of turning off broadcasters, and just let the ambient sounds and the crowd tell the story of the game.
Jack Buck, decided to pull out five years ago.
I actually don't think he's terrible, but I don't love him either. How's that for a fresh take on things?
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