For the love of God. I don’t believe this.
It’s Game 6 of the World Series, and the Marlins are poised to send the Yankees back to Hell where they came from…
And the local sports radio station is broadcasting the Washington State vs Oregon State football game!
This is the same radio station that has broadcast Seattle Mariners baseball all freakin’ year. The same radio station that has broadcast every MLB playoff game during the post season. And now I have to settle for checking the MLB Web site every few minutes in order to follow Game 6 of the The World Series? The game that may be capping what has been the best post-season in recent history?
Where are your priorities, Mr. Programming Director? Major League Baseball, a professional sport, is holding its World Championship Series, and instead of broadcasting that, after teasing me with baseball on the radio for the last seven months, you instead choose to broadcast an insignificant, amateur, midseason college football game?
And what’s up with the people who make up the college football schedules? Major League Baseball and the National Football League are somehow able to coordinate their schedules so that World Series games don’t conflict with Monday Night Football. So why in hell can’t college football schedule its insignificant little amatuer scrimmages in the afternoon, so as not to conflict with the Championship games of Major League Baseball?
Pull your collective head out people!!!
Yes, I know that the World Series is being shown on television. I don’t have a television. And I prefer listening to baseball on the radio anyway.