Found September 27, 2013 on Burning River Baseball:
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. Click Here to Listen
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