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I guess I’ll be in the minority here and say I really enjoy the format. I found myself really getting excited watching these guys which hasn’t happened in a few years. I think one less player per league would be good but I liked the bracket idea. I didn’t really find it that long, and that it was good to go from 10 to 7 outs.
That said…the broadcast itself was atrocious. For all the reasons described above. I would suggest this: since we don’t need someone saying back back back and all that stuff, do we even need a PBP guy? Like couldn’t we just get ESPN’s 2 best analysts (whoever they are) to talk us through the derby?
Lastly, what do you mean Pedro was in an "unforgivable position”? Like that we wouldn’t have liked whatever he did because of the rest of the telecast?
2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://awfulannouncing.com/2014/espns-production-of-the-2014-home-run-derby-falls-well-short-of-expectations.html
@ColTroutman @awfulannouncing Agreed. Nothing can compare to the greatness that is Ian Darke. Not even Larry Legend.
1 year ago on Greatest Call Tournament - Round 1 Day 5
Nick Saban thinks David Murphy has blown this out of proportion.
1 year, 3 months ago on Phillies beat writer compares small sample size to D-Day | April | 2013
@Detroit4lyfe No worries mate. Like your guys' work and don't want you getting blasted for mistakes other people make.
3 years, 1 month ago on Your Full 2011 Men's College Baseball World Series Schedule | June
"No team has won the national championship back-to-back in over five decades."
Stanford did it in '87 and '88. Southern Cal did it from '70-'74. I think both of those are more recent than over five decades. Not trying to pick on you if it was the press release but...yeah.