Daily Notes for March 5th

Table of Contents
Here’s the table of contents for today’s edition of Daily Notes.

1. Selected Games
2. Video: Jeff Lunhow Using Reason
3. Crowdsourcing Broadcasters: Washington Radio

Selected Games
Washington at New York NL | 18:10 ET
John Lannan versus Dillon Gee is not precisely what one’d call a “dream matchup,” but (a) Bryce Harper is starting, (b) Mets prospect Matt Harvey is following Gee, and (c) if you’re interested in this sort of thing, the second-ranked television broadcast team (per FanGraphs readers) is calling the game.

MLB.TV Audio Feed: New York Television.

Boston at Minnesota | 19:10 ET
Red Sox commentators Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy had literally a 15 minute conversation about the equator during yesterday’s broadcast, during which Orsillo definitely asked the question, “Is the equator real?”

MLB.TV Audio Feed: Boston Television.

Video: Jeff Lunhow Using Reason
Here’s some footage of new-ish Houston Astros GM Jeff Luhnow making a number of measured, reasonable comments in consecutive fashion.

Crowdsourcing Broadcasters: Washington Radio
Recently, we released the results of our television broadcaster rankings — itself the product of reader crowdsourcing that started in late November. Now, FanGraphs is asking readers to rate the radio broadcast teams for all 30 major-league clubs (Click here for more on this project.)

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  1. Joe says:

    What, Rakoff didn’t place a lien on Mets games today as well? Will the Repo men attempt to take David Wright in the bottom of the third?

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  2. philosofool says:

    I gotta say, the parts of the braodcast I saw today were awful. They constant cut away from the game to show me some visual that I don’t care about at all. When doing an interview, eighty percent of what we see should still be the game, with occasional cuts to the interview, not the other way around.

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