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PN Podcast, Rebooted: Episode 1

Hi, friends!

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been tasked with reviving the dormant Phillies Nation podcast. Seeing as I’m certainly no professional, the planning and execution of this revival took a little more time than I would have liked.

Nevertheless, we’ve got the ball rolling again, and an episode complete. This first episode is a little cut-and-dry; outside of callers to the Trade Me Line, it’s just me. But soon enough, we’ll have guests from around the baseball community, as well as appearances from the rest of the PN crew.

Remember, this version of the podcast is interactive! If you have a rant or rave about the Phillies, let us hear it, and you could end up in the podcast! The voicemail line is (801) TRADE-ME, that’s (801) 872-3363. You’ve probably seen the number hyped up a little on Facebook or Twitter and been leery of calling in. Well, this is proof that there’s nothing to fear, and that this ‘cast truly is interactive.

If you have feedback or suggestions, feel free to e-mail me at Phrontiersman@gmail.com. Good or bad, really, I welcome it all.

In this episode, I touch on the August hot streak, the impressive sell-out streak and Tyson Gillies’s bonehead move, and we top things off with a few voicemails from fans like you.

Again, bare bones for now, but with the raw tools and potential to fill out our skills like a Dom Brown, the PN Podcast is back.

Click here to listen to Podcast 2010: Episode 1.

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Manny

    August 21, 2010 at 12:37 pm

    The voicemails are hilarious! CHOOOOOOOOOCH

  2. Chris Johnson

    August 25, 2010 at 10:41 pm

    Favorable schedule with the Astros? Go Houston!

  3. Michael Bourn

    August 26, 2010 at 3:08 am

    Go ‘STROS!

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