From ESPN in 2000: Thanks Brian Prater for the link.
Did you miss it?
Friday we picked awards for 2012 in Greater Cincinnati Sports.
The final segment included a montage of highlights of the year by producer Randy Slack. Listen here:
How about that?
From listener Kevin: The first season of "This Week in Baseball" is now available on iTunes. Just $1.99 an episode. I bought the first episode. It included highlights of a weekend series in LA between Reds and Dodgers. Classic stuff!
"This Week in Baseball', the groundbreaking television show that delighted fans across four decades, is finally available to the public for the first time. Baseball Hall of Fame announcer and fan favorite Mel Allen provides the sonorous narration for this inaugural season of TWIB (1977), creating the first weekly recap of the game's news, stories, stars, great plays and bloopers. “How ‘bout that” – it’s a baseball and TV history time capsule."
(Tom Uhlman for The New York Times)
A fierce playmaker who shrugs off praise
Playing a position notorious for its divas and showboats, for a franchise long accustomed to coping with the whims of Chad Johnson, Green embraces the understated. He does not perform CPR on footballs after touchdowns or wear Hall of Fame blazers or even signal first downs. He celebrates by slapping hands with his teammates. He flips the ball to the official. And then he does it again — and again and again.