Frustrating Show
I enjoyed this podcast for many years and never missed an episode. But honestly, sometimes I think Buster hates baseball. Everything has such a negative spin on it. Either that or he attempts to get everyone to agree with his negative line of thinking…”wouldn’t you agree that blah blah blah.” I just feel like I’m constantly being lectured or preached to by Buster. And why oh why is the co-host a guy that admits that he doesn’t know much about baseball??? And then Buster constantly asks his opinion about baseball related topics. He doesn’t know anything about the sport…why are you asking him?!?!? One minute Buster is citing every obscure baseball stat that only super hardcore baseball fans know…and the next minute he is getting feedback from a guy with zero baseball knowledge?? What kind of sense does that make?? Don’t get me wrong. They all seem like good humans. But more & more I question why I listen. It just isn’t fun anymore and I honestly get stressed from all the negativity and pompous lectures. More often than not I find myself wondering why I just invested 50 minutes of my life into listening.
Krycek1013 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/07/24
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rb139 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/07/06
What happened to Buster, Caple, Philips, etc? What happened to the thoughtful analysis that went in to answering reader questions? Where's the crystal ball? I don't need a verbal version of the box scores that I already read every day. This podcast used to be a highlight of my drive time,...Read full review »
mrbass68 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/07/07
This used to be really good. This new guy is painful to listen to.
Fri via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/07/07
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