We're back, with another golden episode of Burning River Radio. This time, the guys speak of such glorious topics as the play-offs (play-offs), Chris "Is he still raging?" Perez and the return of Justin Masterson. There is also a twenty minute argument about the inclusion of Vinnie Pestano on the play-off roster, filled with interruptions and emotional points, something that everybody wants to here. Finally, they finish up with a lengthy discussion on the Indians attendance woes and the further issues effecting the popularity of the sport as a whole.no comments
The boys are back with Burning River Radio episode 12, with plenty of talk about the smoking hot Wild Card chase, including, but not limited to, whether the Athletics and Tigers still matter, what we expect to happen and how chaotic things could possibly get. They also discuss Justin Masterson's injury (and who his replacement should be) and the glory of being a relief pitcher. Where else are you going to find two idiots babbling incoherently for an hour about things that don't matter and no one cares about? This week may sound a little less professional than most (if that is even possible), but that's ok, because no one is getting paid for this.
As always, to listen to back episodes, just click on the "Indians Arguments" tab in the Archives section on the top of the site. Since we have changed hosting sites repeatedly, that is the only way to find all of the previous episodes.no comments
We're back with the 11th episode of Burning River Radio, in which the guys discuss how to be a real dude bro like Nick Swisher, whether losing three to the Braves is better or worse than losing two to the Tigers and what the Indians need to happen to return to the play-offs. Also included is an in depth analysis of the Jason Kubel trade and why we can never talk about the Tigers again. The episode was recorded on 9/1.
The boys are back with another beautiful episode of Burning River Radio. This time they take on the current state of the Tribe, including an unnecessary long discussion on the Detroit Tigers. Also included was an evaluation of new signee, David Cooper, what casino game Jason Giambi is akin to and where does Carlos Carrasco fit now and in the future.
This is a very special episode of Burning River Radio where in we discuss the merits of using performance enhancing drugs to get good at things, specifically, baseball. I'll refrain from going into any more detail here to keep the opinions a mystery, but know that this is a must listen for baseball (not just Indians) fans everywhere.
As the nomads of the internet radio world, we are often forced to move and take up stakes on a different hosting site. We have now moved again and clicking the link below will bring you to Media Fire, where you can listen to the show streaming without downloading it (it is still available for download there as well if that is your preference). While it may have more ads, the streaming listening makes this a vastly superior option to our previous host.
Finally, Burning River Radio returns to your internets! This is the episode in which Mike admits he picked the White Sox to win the World Series this year and Joe discusses his beard trimming habits. Also included is extensive coverage of the current Indians vs. Tigers series, division race and everything that is entailed. Following which is a discussion on the future of the Indians, Yan Gomes as a starting catcher, Chris Perez as the Indians greatest closer and the importance of talking to the media. For some reason, mixed fruit comes into the discussion again as well. Click the green box below to download the latest episode:
For those who have already listened, Luke Scott was the Wolverine for the Tampa Bay Rays and most everything else that was said was just made up on the spot, rather than based on facts and research. This is for entertainment people.no comments
Burning River Radio is back after an unintentional break with our trivia challange. In this episode, Joe makes up a "Stump the Schwab" style quiz full of Indians trivia for Mike to answer. You can play along with some of the questions on Sporcle.com. Round one is available here and rounds two through four are here. You can play the quizes first then listen to the show to see how you did compared to Mike.
We have had to change hosting sites for the show so things will be a little different. For right now you will have to click the button below to download the show on to your computer, MP3 player, phone or whatever technology you have. The show is unable to be streamed online at this point. After clicking the button, click "Download this File Now" (the top download link is an ad) and type in the Alpha-Numeric code that appears. Obviously, this is not ideal, but we are trying to make the show available while we find a new hosting service.no comments
Here is another glorious episode of Burning River Radio, presented by BurningRiverBaseball.com.
On this episode we talk about the Tribe's recent success, Nick Swisher's injury and sabrmetrics as a whole. Part of today's discussion was inspired by this video of Hawk Harrelson speaking on the MLB Network from our sister site, Awful Announcing. During this discussion you will learn about a great new stat (TWTW), how to calculate BABIP and how to compare apples to oranges (it's easier than you think). Overall, this is a must hear for all humans.no comments
There were a few technical difficulties while recording this one, so be aware that it may sound a little odd in places. Still definitely worth a listen. The boys talk about upcoming roster moves, the Ubaldo Jimenez trade, predicting series outcomes and the current state of the Indians farm system.
Anyway, here is the episode recorded on April 30th. Enjoy!no comments
Check out the best episode of Burning River Radio yet! Listen to Mike's great argument about why Bob Wickman's number should be retired throughout the league because he was the first teletubby to play professional baseball. Also, there are things we actually talked about like Mariano Rivera Day, Killing the AAA Astros, retiring the 1995 Indians, Omar's music career, lineup madness and the arch nemesis of Burning River Radio: Lou Marson.