Best batted ball sound around, but….
Buster and Hembo’s take on the Hall of Fame is weak, and frankly not worth listening to. Just because there already are some horrible people in the hall does not mean we should let more horrible people in. Get a moral compass guys! Did you know these ESPN broadcasters and podcasters are under orders from their ESPN billionaire deep state owners to only very rarely mention the lower salaried, small market teams such as the Reds, Guardians and Brewers. This becomes very obvious if you listen to more than a few episodes and pay attention to it.
yoga.aha via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/08/23
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I've been listening to this podcast for several months. I think Peter Pascarelli's doing a fine job. My main complaint is with the promptness of the shows' releases. I like to listen before I go to work, and lately, I haven't been able to rely on it being available. A recap of...Read full review »
thegroovewrangler via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/07
Peter Pascarelli is an awful replacement for Alan Schwarz. This show used to be the highlight of my morning and second only to BBTN for my MLB news. Now it feels like a job to endure the lackluster approach that Pascarelli brings. He sounds as bored talking as I am listening!
CubLuv via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/05/07
This used to be an excellent podcast. But now that Peter Pascarelli took over, it's gone way downhill - he's rude, offensive, and mean-spirited - not only to individual players, but to those who write in. I'm no longer a fan.Read full review »
gehrig4 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/03/07
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