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MLB Trade Rumors Podcast

By Tim Dierkes

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The MLBTR podcast, hosted by staff writer Jeff Todd, covers the latest hot stove news and features analysis and interviews.

Customer Reviews

Great To See MLBTR as a Podcast!

This is awesome to see. If you follow the MLB season and the Hot Stove off-season via MLBTR you'll be as excited as I am to see there's a new MLBTR podcast.

After listening to the premier episode my only quibble is the sound quality ... it's rather poor. I understand guests sounding like they're on the phone (as I'm sure they often are on many podcasts and radio talk shows), but the host at least shouldn't sound like he's sitting at the bottom of a well on his cellphone and calling in his chat.

Other than that ... I look forward to the offseason with the MLBTR Podcast.

Oh ... can someone from MLBTR tell us how often the podcast will be published? Thanks!

It’s About Time ;-)

One of the best baseball sites gets even better. Here in rural VA, with data restrictions, this will probably save my life this coming Winter. Regarding any audio issues - there are a lot of free apps to help EQ a podcast. If need be you can also do it after the live version - before you post. Break a leg - er, Louisville Slugger.

Longer Version of the Articles

I wish this was a better podcast as MLBTR is a great baseball site. Unfortunately, this is a bland slow reading of the monotony that has become MLBTR. If you check the site even semi-regualrly, you'll read all you need without having to hear the unprofessional Jeff Todd ramble on and on for forty minutes. Maybe it'll improve, but the website is asking for reviews and it makes sense to warn listeners about the time they'll never get back if they listen to this sludge.

MLB Trade Rumors Podcast
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  • Free
  • Category: Professional
  • Language: English

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