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Texas Rangers Podcast

By MLB.com

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Description

DUGOUT DIRT is a new take on your average baseball podcast, taking you behind the scenes of the organization. We'll tell you everything about Texas Rangers Baseball, except what goes on between the chalk lines. Learn what goes into creating a great fan experience, from the chefs who bring you delicious food on game day to the front office staff who work out the details of the operation. MLB.com EXTRAS features Rangers beat reporters and national correspondents, as they take an inside look ahead at the story lines and developing news that impact the team's outlook on the field.

Customer Reviews

Jamey Newberg - nothing else needs to be said

Jamey Newberg knows Texas Rangers' baseball better than anyone; he's great on the microphone and just about the best news I ever had was finding out about this podcast. If Newberg has any say in this podcast, I know it will remain first class - just like the Rangers!

Better Audio Quality Desperately Needed

I love my Rangers but this podcast is almost unlistenable because the audio quality is really, really bad. It sounds like the hosts are talking over a landline phone on a bad AM radio station. Use Skype recording or something? I seriously cannot make out the conversation when I'm on the road.

Sound quality needs to improve

9/10 ranger fans drive loud trucks, please make it a bit louder.