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Reedster  
Subject:  BaseballGeeks Podcast #17 is hot out of the oven... link goes to podcast XML
Date:  4/29/06, 11:08pm
Jam packed baseball craziness with our "This Week in Geek" segment, featuring baseball news from Week 4 of the 2006 season, fantasy forecast for Week 5, listener voicemail, an interview with Brave fan and party planner Paul Codling, False Rumors, and more...

Time: 1 hour, 11 minutes, 11 seconds

Let us know what you think of the length... we didn't realize how long we were going, but we think there is some good stuff in this one...

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drrubb  
Subject:  Re: BaseballGeeks Podcast #17 is hot out of the oven... link goes to podcast XML
Date:  4/30/06, 9:15am
That one was the best so far! All of the other ones were good to, but this one was really good! I still miss Bobby 0'Malley though.

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Jaydawg  
Subject:  Re: BaseballGeeks Podcast #17 is hot out of the oven... link goes to podcast XML
Date:  4/30/06, 12:43pm (Last Edited: 4/30/06, 12:46pm)
I totally concur with Dr. Rub. These B-Geek Podcasts keep getting better every week. As I've mentioned before, there is potentially a great audience for this on XM or Sirius Satellite Radio, which is popular for sports broadcasting on the weekends. It could be a nice window of opportunity.

Sidenote: Since you mentioned candy bars, a diet one named after B(F)artolo Colon would be perfect..... Low in fat, but very high in fiber

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Reedster  
Subject:  Re: BaseballGeeks Podcast #17 is hot out of the oven... link goes to podcast XML
Date:  5/1/06, 10:33am
>That one was the best so far! All of the other ones were good
>to, but this one was really good! I still miss Bobby 0'Malley
>though.

I suspect that Bobby O'Malley will be coming back in the very near future... Thanks for your comments.

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saundrabeach  
Subject:  Re: BaseballGeeks Podcast #17 is hot out of the oven... link goes to podcast XML
Date:  5/2/06, 11:08am
I always enjoy reading your comments Jas...You are brilliant and funny...Apple doesn't fall far from the tree eh???lol

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saundrabeach  
Subject:  Re: BaseballGeeks Podcast #17 is hot out of the oven... link goes to podcast XML
Date:  5/2/06, 11:14am
Well son, one might tend to believe I am just prejudiced where it comes to one of my sons' ventures. True, but I am opionated, as you know, and I speak my truths.

Therefore, I degree you, once again add to my vicarious enjoyment.

Each week you and Gregg get stronger and real. I love the banter between the obvious research and knowledge.

Without real interest in sports, I am entertained and listen to the whole podcast. Yes, it is you...BUT...the wit, ease and apparent knowledge that you and Gregg create, keeps me interested. I can only imagine how "BIG" you guys are with sports fans that have more knowlege with your topic.

Keep it coming...I will be listening.

x0x0x0 Mom

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