That’s right, it’s time once again for your bit of Tuesday-brightening radio magic from Parkes, Drew of Ghostrunner on First, and myself: yes, it’s a brand new edition of the Getting Blanked Podcast (aka Getting Pod On?)– which at some point recently was apparently the top sports podcast on iTunes in Canada, according to whatever the hell nonsense the iTunes robot uses when it decides to put a podcast in its top spot.
Nails much? Also: yes, you can now find Getting Blanked on iTunes. (Note: today’s episode should be up sometime shortly, but I have no idea when– it’s out of my hands.)
This week we’ve got a pair of guests for your listening pleasure:
First up, Ken Davidoff, the terrific reporter for Newsday, who covers the Mets and Yankees, and who’s tweets via @KenDavidoff quite often point to his paper’s non-paywalled mobile site. *COUGH*. We chatted about the ongoing Jays-Yankees series, as well as the mess that continues to be the New York Mets.
You can download the podcast right here
Some Mint Musical Interludes going on for way longer than usual courtesy my lack of time management skills, and the fact that we break up the show into two 22-minute segments so it can air on theScore Satellite Radio, Sirius 158– listen for it!
Mint Musical Interludes:
- The Constantines – Hard Feelings
- The Stills – Snakecharming The Masses
- Ra Ra Riot – Too Dramatic
- Timber Timbre – Magic Arrow
- Memphis – I Am The Photographer
- The Constantines – Brother Run Them Down
And don’t forget to follow Getting Blanked on Facebook (and while you’re at it, DJF), to find our “Extra Innings” video segment, in which we basically just discuss a subject that we didn’t have time for during the podcast proper. This week: Derek Jeter’s legacy.