The shoe (guillotine?) has finally dropped on the exceedingly unstable relationship between the bankrupt Bally’s Sports/Sinclair Broadcast Group and Major League Baseball: MLB to produce, distribute Padres games starting today
As an MLB.tv subscriber and Braves fan, this whole Bally-hoo has of course had me generally interested in what will happen with all this. Pleasantly surprised (and interested in the legal/contractural details) that MLB was able to keep the Padres’ announcing crew for the new broadcasts. (via Six Colors)
There are not many things as frustrating than watching a baseball game for 3+ hours only for the team you’re rooting for to give up 5 runs in the 9th and blow it. Ugh.
I feel this way about a ton of TV, including things most people wouldn’t expect. Shows that are particularly dour, stressful, or even socially awkward all make me anxious enough that I can’t really watch let alone enjoy them.
I’d love to meet the person at Pfizer who thought Stephen A Smith was the right person to hire to do podcast ads for Covid boosters. (Props to Smith for doing them though.)
Last night after putting the kids to bed I relaxed by watching a Braves game on my iPad while playing Xbox and watching a movie at 1.5x on my laptop.
Very positive early Ms. Marvel reviews rolling in. Super excited my little MCU-loving little girl is finally getting a show about and starring someone that looks like her.
IGN: Ms. Marvel: Series Premiere Review
Lol. But actually a smart move assuming they roll this type of content into whatever HBO Max is consuming.
I kinda want to sign up now just to say I was one of the 35 people (along with @email@example.com) that can tell their grandkids I was a CNN+ subscriber.