Found July 30, 2013 on Waiting For Next Year:
It’s always a love-fest when I get Les Levine on the podcast. I won’t even apologize for it. We discussed the Indians attendance, the perception of the Dolan family and the latest Browns announcements that came out yesterday. When was the last time Les was nervous for a shift on radio? Les’ history in the radio business after Ohio State Jasper Indiana near French Lick Indiana Les’ career playing with the Jasper Red semi-pro baseball club Cleveland Indians attendance discussion The hatred of the Dolans and whether it’s fair or not Mark Shapiro and Chris Antonetti and whether or not they get a fair shake from fans anymore Matt LaPorta was a really desirable commodity The Cleveland Indians need to make the playoffs It’s all about playoff appearances Browns tailgating culture and how the Browns are going to attack that Happy hour in order to get fans in earlier The really “off-the-rails” fans The new Browns executives and how they’re not from Cleveland at all The drum corps but not the cheerleaders Check out this episode
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