From: RJA on 6 May 2010 13:42
On May 3, 1:37 pm, David Short
> On 5/3/2010 12:19 PM, Zuke wrote:
> > On Sun, 2 May 2010, Bob Braun wrote:
> >> "David Short" <David.No.Sh...(a)Spam.Wright.Please.Edu> wrote in message
> >>> I don't listen, so I don't have an
> >>> opinion one way or the other.
> >> That's one way to say it.....he was ousted and sued the Reds for
> >> discrimination.
> >> He then went to Baltimore and was in charge of their farm system for
> >> awhile.
> >> He instituted a rule throughout the ENTIRE Baltimore system that a player
> >> couldn't swing until he had a strike on him. Much akin to something you
> >> would try with 9 year olds. He was run out of town there as well.
> >> He spends much of every show talking about himself. He stumbles on to a
> >> decent point pertaining the Reds once in a great while.
> >> Google his name and look at the opinions of him in Cincinnati area
> >> forums.
> > I used to like listening to him. He doesn't rant and rave which is nice..
> > However lately he has fallen into the latest WLW practice of taking
> > absolutely no callers. I don't know if it is because people don't call
> > or whether the station has a new policy that thinks we don't want to
> > listen to callers but would rather be yelled at for 20 minutes about
> > Ben Rothesberger's problems.
> > I wish they'd give the Sportstalk job to Marc Armstrong. That's about
> > the only guy on WLW I can listen to besides Doc Rogers and Ken Broo.
> Lance McAlister was the only one worth listening to when I turned off
> cincy sports babble. Is he still around?
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He's the main guy now. He does sports talk on 700 every night 6-9
unless the Reds are playing. If so, he does 3-6 on 1530 and the first
half hour of the Reds pre-game. Then someone with no clue about
baseball does the post-game.