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Wednesday, May 02, 2012
In recent years, the advent of MLB.TV and the ability to watch whatever team they want whenever they want has led to more people embracing more games instead of just watching the national coverage as your only way to see teams outside of your local market. Last night’s Sunday Night nationally televised game featured the Rays and the Rangers. Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Justin Upton’s brother BJ Upton plays for the Rays. While watching the game, Justin had some harsh words for the ESPN broadcast team after the announcers criticized his brother’s play…
Amazing that my brother has made two good baseball plays tonight and the #ESPN so called analysts have bashed him for both of them.
I’m laughing to myself that nobody else notices that these guys just talk nonsense toward the game as if they’ve never seen a game before
I haven’t turned on ESPN after a game in two years, #MLBNetwork actually works hard at voicing the details of a game. That’s what I watch.
Tito was a great manager and Orel was a great pitcher, I just don’t understand why they can’t call the game the way it is.
MLBNetwork actually works hard at voicing the details of a game…and then Mitch Williams spazzes on the set and blows it.
Posted: May 02, 2012 at 05:29 AM | 104 comment(s)
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