Skip to comments.2010 MLB Postseason Schedule**
Posted on 10/03/2010 6:41:59 PM PDT by Keith in Iowa
**subject to change
Twins vs Yakees on TBS... God I hate TBS for baseball. I hope they do a better job of it on TBS than last year.
This sucks, having games in the afternoon during the week.
There won’t be a lot of work getting done in my office on those days.
On the other hand I work a night job at post office and aft starts work for me; as for night games I could listen to radio at work but new “energy efficient lights” screw up
reception. If my local station carries them at all, I may have to set up a cass deck at edge of building, record, and hear back later...
But wknd games will be easier...
My SF Giants clinched the NL West this afternoon. Yay!
TBS picks one new TV show to advertise (Frank Caliendo’s show, George Lopez’s show) and they run those ads over and over and over during the playoffs.
>>> I could listen to radio at work...
Is there a decent WiFi signal you could use? An iPod Touch with the iHeart Radio app is better than a radio. No static at all...
Wait! They forgot the Mariners. What? oh, never mind.
>>>TBS picks one new TV show to advertise...
I hope they have rethought that process... and I’m already thinking of muting the TV and listening to a radio or something if TBS’ announcers are as horrible as last year.
VTW today is the anniversary of the shot heard round the world.
Congrats on the Giants. My Mets finished...79-83. :(
Not in the type of job I have, sorting mail.
In Boston there is one sports station on AM 850 (Red Sox,
Celtics) and one on FM 98.5 (Patriots, Bruins). It used to
be that getting Red Sox was very easy when they were on AM
680 (near where I work). Then they shifted to 850—I needed
something to beam the signal from a boom box to my sorting case. Then new lights came in—and everything went kerflooey.
Even the FM 98.5 with Patriots (such as tomorrow night’s
game) is tough to get.
I even tried an HD portable (on sale for $40 at Best Buy).
If I tuned to FM 93.7, I could get the AM 850 on a sub channel. Problem was, on workroom floor that was good for 2 seconds then I lost signal. And then with new lights...
Yeah, in the breakroom I have better luck (radio).
We do have a TV in breakroom and in the past when Red Sox were in playoffs they could try to tune it to Fox, etc. but they
didn’t get channels like TBS.
Now they have that one TV set to one channel.
CNN Headline News.
That’s right, BREAKING NEWS!!!!!!! from Nancy Grace.
Don’t have an iPod touch; maybe it would work but who knows.
In some cases I can dash into a bathroom for a few minutes and catch the game but I do need to be back on the workroom
floor...thus the “record it and hear back later”. On an
AM-FM-Cass. mini boombox ($20, Rite Aid). Not live though.
They’re my Giants, too! YAY!
Giants baseball: ORANGE TORTURE!
My tagline has been there since March.
I believe Internet streams (iheartradio is definitely an Internet stream) of MLB games are blocked. You have to have an MLB audio account to access MLB games on the web. It’s also a flash player when on the web, so unless they have an iPhone app, it wouldn’t play on an iPhones browser.
Doomonyou’s 17 year old daughter went to the game today and her hero Buster Posey went yard. She was flying high when she got home!
Fear the Beard! Beat Atlanta!
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