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3 hours ago, Luke-OH said:

I just got around to watching this. Excellent work @Tony-OH and I appreciate the shout outs. If I was running MASN, I’d be ordering weekly episodes. Just looked very smooth and professional, especially for a first run. 

Thanks. We need to find a way to get you on as well in the future. We need to look back into those split screen options.

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1 hour ago, Tony-OH said:

Thanks. We need to find a way to get you on as well in the future. We need to look back into those split screen options.

I agree. Luke is super on the podcasts that he does participate in. 

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On 1/1/2019 at 10:57 AM, Frobby said:

He’s too honest for MASN.

True that! Congratulations Tony! Let me know if you ever want some video contributions from me....

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3 hours ago, Roy Firestone said:

True that! Congratulations Tony! Let me know if you ever want some video contributions from me....

Thanks Roy, let me know when you are in town and if we can work something out that would be great.

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@Tony-OH, this was fantastic. Please do a weekly show during the season and maybe a monthly show in the offseason. It's great to have things like this that I can watch/listen to from Ohio and still feel like I know what's going on at the Minor League level, as well as more insight that I get from MLB Network or, gasp, ESPN's Baseball Tonight ... they don't care about the O's or talk about them often and I can't get the MASN stuff very easily out here (forgetting that MASN is basically fluff and they avoid giving real opinions on there).

I subscribed to the YouTube channel in hopes that you will do this stuff on a regular basis. I loved it!

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46 minutes ago, OrioleMagic79 said:

@Tony-OH, this was fantastic. Please do a weekly show during the season and maybe a monthly show in the offseason. It's great to have things like this that I can watch/listen to from Ohio and still feel like I know what's going on at the Minor League level, as well as more insight that I get from MLB Network or, gasp, ESPN's Baseball Tonight ... they don't care about the O's or talk about them often and I can't get the MASN stuff very easily out here (forgetting that MASN is basically fluff and they avoid giving real opinions on there).

I subscribed to the YouTube channel in hopes that you will do this stuff on a regular basis. I loved it!

Thanks. A new episode previewing the spring training battles will come out this week sometime. 

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19 hours ago, Tony-OH said:

Thanks. A new episode previewing the spring training battles will come out this week sometime. 

Now, that is something to look forward to.

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5 hours ago, foxfield said:

...from the back seat.

 

Are we there yet?

Ha, my part is over. I'm at the mercy of the producer.

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