March 31, 2014

Gleeman and The Geek #139: Baseball Is Back!

Topics for this week's "Gleeman and The Geek" episode included reviewing the Twins' Opening Day roster, going back on KFAN, Scott Diamond and Chris Parmelee passing through waivers, Old Man Gleeman hurting his knee, Byron Buxton's injury, selling Vance Worley, jumping into the Tinder pool, Jason Bartlett's "super" role, losing Alex Presley, over/under predictions for Twins position players, finally getting an iPhone, and podcasting from Freehouse.

Gleeman and The Geek: Episode 139

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My view as the podcast started:

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Oysters and French toast:

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Cheese curds, roto chicken, and chocolate cake:

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My struggle:

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  1. Opening day. No Beatles?

    Comment by Adam S — March 31, 2014 @ 8:15 am

  2. Like Adam S, I was expecting the Beatles this morning. Doesn’t feel like Opening Day without “Here Comes the Sun”.

    Comment by Michael Mrozak — March 31, 2014 @ 9:02 am

  3. Thirded. The podcast is nice and all, but Aaron’s a great writer. It’s either telling of how non-existent the interest is in this 2014 team or how much higher of a priority the audible medium has gotten over the writing for Aaron. Both probably. Both completely understandable.

    Comment by TMW — March 31, 2014 @ 10:59 am

  4. Where’s the tradition gleeman!

    Comment by Dave — March 31, 2014 @ 3:13 pm

  5. My bad.

    Comment by Dave — March 31, 2014 @ 3:13 pm

  6. I’m sure it’s a sign of the times, but I, too, was expecting the same of what had me coming back for years: a Twins related write up. I’m sure it doesn’t show as there are probably always new followers, but since the beginning of last season, I’ve found myself coming back here less and less, just because I know there won’t be what built this site: a Twins related write up. The write ups have been replaced by podcast and links (though those were always there), spaced out, and a lot of the material is recycled (same lines over and over). Maybe harsh and critical, but it’s sad to see my reading days here phasing out.

    Comment by Anthony — March 31, 2014 @ 9:10 pm

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