Ugh – As Alan goes…so goes this podcast
This podcast used to be one of the first ones I listened on the way into work each day. Alan did a great job conversing with one of the excellent ESPN Baseball analysts each morning. You got two view points, some thoughts and analysis and at times lightly spirited debate. The crystal ball as cheesy as it was is actually missed at this point. Peter is a great interview on any of the many ESPN Radio shows, but on his own, he is dry, drab and uninteresting. He recaps the game (all of them) then gives his thoughts after each game, but the problem is no one is asking him any questions. The podcast has gone from the fastest 15 minutes in baseball to the longest in the course of 1 show. Is it mere coincidence that this show was consistently rated in the top 15 podcasts and is now consistently in the mid 80's? I'll let you decide that, as I am no longer listening. Hopefully ESPN makes another change, or just says good night to Baseball Today.Read full review »
mdbrizz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/11/07
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