Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Cincinnati Reds know baseball is better on radio, sync Marty & Joe to tv classics

CINCINNATI: "Great idea from Fox Sports Ohio to promote the upcoming Reds season. The (Fox Sports) Network has taken a group of telecasts of
  • significant Reds games from the past 40 years and synced the audio of the radio broadcasts with
  • Marty Brennaman and Joe Nuxhall.
Included in the Monday night series will be Game 4 of the 1970 World Series, Tom Browning's perfect game, the clinching 1976 NLCS game vs. Philadelphia, Tom Seaver's no-hitter vs. St. Louis from 1978, the 1985 game in which Pete Rose breaks the all-time hit record, and Game 7 of the memorable 1975 World Series.
  • It's too bad that the rest of the country can't enjoy these, especially with the hometown flavor of "Marty and Joe on Reds radio".
  • Here is a regional network producing this, while the nationally available ESPN Classic sticks us with poker, bowling, boxing, and probably tiddly winks in prime time."
from Dave Kohl, Radio Recordings, via RadioDailyNews
  • (I have actually seen a few old Yankee games on tv with the radio team's voices, but not too often. Not often enough anyway). susan

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