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Friday, June 26, 2009
Great Moments in Self-PromotionI was on News-Talk 1400 WDWS AM's SportsTalk show this afternoon talking baseball with host Brian Moline. You can hear the broadcast -- in fancy podcast form -- here. I come in at the four minute mark, and we talk about blogging, the Cardinals, the Cubs, Geoff Baker, Sir Sidney and a few other things.
Oh, and I sort of mumble more than I thought I did.
Posted by Craig Calcaterra at 9:23pm
It’s a sports talk show, Craig- The hits keep right on comin’
Posted 06/26 at 04:08 PM
Matt Mitchell said...
“Champaign, Illinois metroplex”
Just call it Chambana. Take it from an alum.
Posted 06/26 at 04:58 PM
Steve is not in my basement (as far as you know). He’s just taking a well-deserved vacation. You’d be surprised how many Cards fans don’t really like Tony LaRussa. At least it surprises me, with his track record. Anyway, I’m looking forward to our conversation and hope all of your Chambana (Champaign-Urbana) readers can join us!
Posted 06/26 at 05:12 PM
For those of you outside of “Chambana,” or if you just couldn’t be near your radio, you can check out a podcast of my conversation with Craig here:
It should be posted in just a few minutes. The interview with Craig starts about 7-8 minutes into the show.
Posted 06/26 at 07:07 PM
Craig Calcaterra said...
Thanks Brian! Now everyone will know just how nasally my voice truly is!
Posted 06/26 at 07:08 PM
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