Mregghead

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  • joined Oct 05, 2008
  • last login May 16, 2013
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Not-so-embarrassed Washington Natinals fan now living in south Florida and enjoying the up-and-coming Miami Marlins.

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How To Sync Radio and TV

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How-To page showing how to connect your radio and computer to delay the radio play-by-play so that you can mute the idiots on TV and listen to the radio. It looks complex at first, but once you set it up you can enjoy it for the rest of the post-season. And next year. And the year after that. UPDATE: New page up for Mac users, by a Mac user. http://www.botecomm.com/bote/radio/radiodelay_mac.html Go Senators!

Improved Radio-TV Sync How-To

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Improved instructions for setting up RadioDelay to synchronize your AM or XM radio or MLB Gameday Audio with baseball on the television. Now you can enjoy baseball again with Tim McCarver and Joe Buck muted while you enjoy more intelligent and cogent commentary from Jon Miller, David B. Flemming, and Kruk and Kuip. Life is good. I clearly have way too much time on my hands, but since the Giants are in the playoffs I feel that it's worth it. I added screen shots of the various settings for those who are not sound engineers. UPDATE: Mac users can try Garageband to add delay. See: http://www.botecomm.com/bote/radio/radiodelay_mac.html Mac screen shots have been added Tuesday afternoon. Thanks to Chris Gonzalez for the Mac notes on Garageband. Respect the Dangle!

How To Sync Radio and TV

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My page describing how to synchronize radio play-by-play when it runs ahead of the TV image. It requires installing a couple of Windows utilities and configuring a bunch of settings. But once you do it you should be good to go for the playoffs. Jon Miller will be calling the games on the radio no matter what, so this is a Good Thing. Go Giants!

Strasburg and ¡Livo!

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Tom Boswell points out that, after the Marlins shelled Strasburg last night, "Now, in a believe-it-or-not, the lowest ERA for Nats starters belongs to Livan Hernandez (3.03), not Strasburg (3.07)"

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GoLadyMall spammer won't go away

Our daily spammer GoLadyMall.com made yet another appearance on the Marlins game thread tonight. Does it affect your sbnation blog? Have you had enough?

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Coghlan can't see

I'm forming a hypothesis that Chris Coghlan has some kind of impairment that prevents him from playing deflected balls in left field. Last night in the 4th inning Francouer banged a ball down the...

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One Night In Tinseltown

2009.05.16 MIAMI, FL — Tinseltown came to Miami tonight. The Marlins defeated the Dodgers 6 to 3 and that's a Good Thing as it ended their 5-game losing streak. I attended this game at the last...

2003 World Series on MLBN 17:30

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MLB Network showing the 2003 World Series recap show Saturday at 5:30 PM

Lastings Milledge an ALL STAR!

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Vote early, vote often for L-Millz. Show the Nats what they're made of (AAA players).

Lastings Milledge an ALL STAR!

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Vote early, vote often for the Nationals' AAA CF L-Millz.

Lastings Milledge an ALL STAR!

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Vote L-Millz into the All Star Game to show the Nats what a AAA team they really are. This is too good an opportunity to pass up. Doubtful that any Marlins outfielders will make it anyway, so you won't be hurting their chances. Enjoy!

Lastings Milledge an ALL STAR!

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Vote early, vote often for L-Millz and only L-Millz in the outfield

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The Lindstrom Experiment

Fredi Gonzalez left Matt Lindstrom in the game to sink or swim on his own last night, as a test. Clearly, he failed. Now what?  

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Marlins Reality Check: 1983 Orioles

How do the 2009 Florida Marlins stack up to other teams that had magical seasons? Are the Comeback Kids for real? Here's my take, feel free to pick a team whose memory is rekindled by watching the...

Brad Wilkerson Retires

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Brad Wilkerson hangs 'em up. An original who came from les Expos to the Nats.

Harry Kalas radio interview 2008

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Harry Kalas 1 hour radio interview from before the 2008 season. Interesting anecdotes told in his own voice (when the host shut his mouth).

Sounds of Phillies World Series Win

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Two mp3 recordings to download and enjoy all Winter long: 1) Harry Kalas calls the top of the 9th inning of the Phillies World Series win 2) A collage of the exciting Phillies plays from the 2008 season from start to finish. Congratulations, Phillies! Only 112 days until pitchers and catchers report!

Bud Selig press conference

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Bud Selig press conference discussing the process behind the decision to suspend Game 5 of the World Series. Download the mp3 file from the link on the page and listen on your machine.

Bud Selig press conference

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Listen to the car salesman from Milwaukee explain the decisions leading up to the Game 5 rain suspension.

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Harry Kalas: intelligble or not?

I like the play-by-play that Harry Kalas provides on radio broadcasts, but I find that his voice gets lost in the crowd noise when he is calling an exciting play. I listen on XM because I am in...

Willy Aybar's Turnaround

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Jon Weisman discusses the "turnaround of all turnarounds" that is Willy Aybar. Looks back at Aybar's days as a Dodger and the trade that could have brought Izturis to Atlanta instead of Aybar.

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