Thoughts, lists and other compulsive bits about baseball from comedian filmmaker television producer/Red Sox fan Paul Francis Sullivan....
feel free to call him “Sully.”
Sorry to hear that. I only caught the show occasionally, but he usually had good guests and asked probing questions. Any idea what is taking his place?
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This does indeed stink.MLB on XM makes the days go by a lot quicker as a truck driver and Charlie was always good for a laugh and a great interview.
I hate what the Sirius/XM merger has done to channel 175 on XM. The morning show is still trying to find its legs. I wasn't a big fan of The Beat, but at least Steiner and his guests gave baseball analysis instead of Holden Kushner trying to be a comedian. Dibble and Kennedy again were a little hard to take sometimes, but it was about baseball. Now a lot of that has been replaced with disk jockeys who aren't necessarily baseball people and aren't giving the type of baseball analysis we were used to. I hope that changes when Spring Training starts.