Found May 31, 2013 on Streaming Sports Talk:
The Russell Reed show airs every Friday night on www.streamingsportstalk.com at 7:00P.M. Est. Tonight be sure to tune in as Russell Reed welcomes some very special guests to the Streaming Sports Talk Studio. One of the topics that he will cover tonight, is the Cleveland Indians are back to their winning ways. While we can’t tell you how long this will last it was great to see Tribe Pitcher Scott Kasmir have a solid outing in last nights game against the Reds. The Indians won the second home game of the battle of Ohio and Kasmir pitched for 7 innings only allowing one run to the team from the southern part of the state of Ohio. The Tribe was struggling before returning back to their home field and the Indians offense came up big to give Kasmir some much needed breathing room. Then Russell will be joined by a couple of lovely ladies from down around the Canton, Ohio area. Hey you can actually be part of the Russell Reed show. Just pick up your phone and make the call to talk to Russel...
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