Discussion in 'MLB' started by goreds2, Oct 14, 2008.
2008 World Series game 5 is currently on XM 175.
Tonight is the 2007 season ending game of Col vs. SD for the right to go to the playoffs. 7pm - 11pm est.
Tonight: 7pm to 11pm est.
2003 Game 7 of ALCS (Bos vs NY)
Tonights classic game is the 2006 World Baseball Classic Final. Japan vs Cuba
7pm to 11pm est.
bla! keep me updated and let me know when us sirius users finally get mlb. i swapped receivers so i could use the 1 with the stronger fm transmitter meaning, i'm without best of xm until they change their minds.
I don't have SIRIUS but I am sure someone will let you and everyone else know.
i guess i would have known that if i payed a little more attention to your signature. lo
Don't worry, only AJ pays attention to my signature.
I hope you get MLB coverage soon!
A nice game on tonight. (7pm - 11pm est)
10-15-1988: Oakland vs Dodgers in game 1 of the World Series. (Kirk Gibson homerun)
Tonight from 7-11pm est.
10-16-03 Red Sox at Yankees in game 7 of the ALCS.
(The Aaron "F-ing" Boone homerun)
This is being played tonight until 11pm est. This classic broadcast just played on 2/22/08.
Tonights game is Game 7 of the 2001 World Series (Yankees at Arizona).
7pm to 11pm Eastern.
8pm - Midnight Est. Every Saturday and Sunday
Everybody is probably watching football tonight but tonights game on XM175 Home Plate is the 2009 ALDS Game 2. (Minn. at NY)
Will they ever air a classic game that does not involve the Yankees?
Finally: Tonight is from 10/27/08 - Rays at Phillies game 5 of WS.
On Until Midnight Tonight Est.
Tonight is game 1 of the 1988 World Series (Oak at LA Dodgers)
One that would be interesting to here a broadcast of, even though the game didn't actually happen, is the WS Earthquake game in '89 between Oakland and San Francisco. I wonder if that's archived somewhere online?
They should have the call from both the A's and the Dodgers for the Kirk Gibson homer, that would be cool. Oddly enough, I believe it was Vin Scully on the network TV call, was it not?
Yes and I think Jack (not Joe) Buck did the national radio call.
Just an excuse to hear Vin Scully.