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Hey all - turn on 1500...a little taste of spring!!!

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Can you get it on the internet? I can't get it up here & the regular network doesn't carry spring training games.

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You might be able to - I am not sure though. Would have to check out the radios website...

www dot am1500 dot com

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26 of the 31 games will be broadcast on 1500, so hopefully you can tune in!

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20 degrees outside and snowing and you can turn on the radio and hear that ol' crack of the bat. Spring is around the corner.

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OUR FIRST LOOK AT THE TWINS CAN COME ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5th!

ESPN is going to air the game against the Yankees - 1pm I believe!

Anyone can correct me if I'm wrong about the time or date!

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You can get radio for the whole season on mlbdot for $14.95.

The games are on in St. Cloud on 1390 AM. Unfortunately, it's a pretty low signal and I can't get it in my building.

And the games are cutting into GL.

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yeah my signal is pretty fuzzy...but i think thats cause its an old junk radio...does anyone know if 1500 is broadcast in HD?

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sweet, I am gonna have to catch the next game

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MLB.tv will be carrying quite a few games... Can't wait until I can see the boys play!

Our spring opener didn't look too good though!

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spring opener doesn't mean too much

but i can imagine the twins having issues scoring early in the season before they all come into the team feel.

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KSTP cant broadcast the Twins on the net because of baseball rules.so when they come on something else geets played on the web......

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Oh yea thats right...I tried last year.

I think Satellite Radio gets the coverages...

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 Originally Posted By: IFallsRon
You can get radio for the whole season on mlbdot for $14.95.

The games are on in St. Cloud on 1390 AM. Unfortunately, it's a pretty low signal and I can't get it in my building.

And the games are cutting into GL.

That's what I dislike the most about 1500 having the games. At least when they were on 'cco, you could switch over to GL during the day games.

I wish KSTP would drop GL to another signal during the game, much like KFAN does with certain things on the Score 690, so you can still hear it.

Or like 'cco did a couple years ago with the playoffs, they moved them to 104.1 if there was a hockey game on or something else.

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would that make the broadcast signal stronger if they did that?

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 Originally Posted By: IFallsRon
And the games are cutting into GL.

What is GL? I can't think if what this acronym might stand for.

Also, don't suppose anyone from the Alex. area knows what station the games are on this summer?

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GL is Garage Logic, Joe Soucheray's radio talk show, 2:00 -5:30 each afternoon, Good stuff, you may like it.

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Yea, its not a bad show

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