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We're on early!

With no late game tonight, Kevin Goldstein, Mike Ferrin, and I will be on early and going long. MLB Roundtrip with Baseball Prospectus begins at 8PM EST and will take you through midnight. Give us a call at 866-652-6696 or drop us a note here. We have many surprises in store, so put on your ears and listen in.

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Posting early for increased conversation pleasure!

It's Sunday, and that means tonight Kevin Goldstein, Mike Ferrin, and myself will be on SiriusXM for three hours of baseball talk and escalating conversational violence. IAs always, you can tune in beginning tonight at 11 PM on SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio (Sirius 209/XM 89), as well as SiriusXM.com if the Sunday night game goes long. You can also leave your comments, questions, and suggested topics here before or during the show and we'll respond on the air. You can also call in and join the coversation at 866-652-6696. Looking forward to hearing from you.

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Join us in baseball conversation.

It's Sunday night, and that means it's time for Ed Sullivan! No, wait, wrong decade. It's time for Kevin Goldstein, Mike Ferrin, and myself on SiriusXM for three hours of highly intellectual baseball talk. Also, pie fights. As always, you can tune in beginning tonight at 11 PM on SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio (Sirius 209/XM 89), as well as SiriusXM.com if the Sunday night game goes long. You can also comment here on our conversation during the show, and we'll be checking in and answering your questions. You can also call in and join the coversation at 866-652-6696. Looking forward to hearing from you.

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We talk baseball!

It's Sunday, and that means another installment of MLB Roundtrip with Baseball Prospectus. Unlike last week, I have power (thank you, Hurricane Irene). As always, you can tune in to the Three Logorrheic Baseball Guys beginning tonight at 11 PM on SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio (Sirius 209/XM 89), as well as SiriusXM.com if the Sunday night game goes long. You can also comment here on our conversation during the show, and we'll be checking in and answering your questions. You can also call in and join the coversation at 866-652-6696. Looking forward to hearing from you.

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On show #6 we're joined by Greg Smith, Colin Wyers, and you.

Tonight on MLB Roundtrip with Baseball Prospectus, we'll be looking at the draft with Pirates Director of Scouting Greg Smith and dissecting the firing of Jim Hendry with BP's Colin Wyers, and that's just for starters. As always, you can tune in to the Three Logorrheic Baseball Guys beginning tonight at 11 PM on SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio (Sirius 209/XM 89), as well as SiriusXM.com if the Sunday night game goes long. You can also comment here on our conversation during the show, and we'll be checking in for your questions and comments. You can also call in and join the coversation at 866-652-6696. Looking forward to hearing from you.

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Help guide us in our late-night deliberations.

After an inadvertant one-week hiatus, the Radio Show Open Thread returns, as does yours truly from a trip to the 15-day DL. As in previous weeks, we will be checking in here to see your reactions to our discussions and suggestions as to where we should turn next. Please join the Three Highly-Loquacious Baseball Commentators on SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio (Sirius 209/XM 89) tonight at 11 PM EST, and don't forget you can call in at 866-652-6696!

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Join us, leave your fields to flower, as we talk hot, sexy trade deadline action!

Good evening, fellow seekers of wisdom and truth. This evening, Mike Ferrin, Kevin Goldstein, and I will be wrapping up an exciting trade deadline weekened. Transaction Analysis maestro Ben Lindbergh will be joining us at the witching hour and other surprises are possible as we carry you through to 2 AM. As always, we will be checking in here to see if you have anything to say about what we had to say or what you think we should have said. I know I plan to say some frustrated things about the Angels and Cubs despite the fact that Jake Westbrook is going to pieces against them as I type these words. Please join the Three Highly-Loquacious Baseball Commentators on SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio (Sirius 209/XM 89) tonight at 11 PM EST. And don't forget you can call in at 866-652-6696!

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A bit late, but here it is.

A bit late, but here it is. If you like what we're saying, if there is something YOU want to say, put it here. We'll be checking in until 2 AM.

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Let us know what you want to talk about.

Thanks for staying up late on Sunday with Kevin, Steve, Mike, and Baseball Prospectus. We'll be going live at 11 PM EST and will be checking the comments from time to time so let us know what's on your mind. Also: send coffee.

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How to hear us without paying for it (yet).

For those BP readers wishing to hear tonight’s debut of MLB Roundtrip with Baseball Prospectus, starring Kevin Goldstein, Mike Ferrin, and your humble servant (who will no doubt be playing Nick Cravat to a kind of two-headed Burt Lancaster) and yet do not have a SiriusXM subscription, visiting http://www.SiriusXM.com/FreeTrial may provide some options. Among other choices, you can register for a credit card-free seven-day trial that will allow you to listen to the Satellite of Love’s 120 channels of music and talk on your computer or smartphone. You can also try a 30-day online subscription, although this one requires a credit card.

I’ve been a subscriber for years and would endorse giving it a try even had they not decided to make me part of the lineup—I particularly like the “Little Steven’s Underground Garage” channel, having simultaneous access to what seem to be three redundant but non-duplicative versions of NPR, and “Doctor Radio,” which resembles the medical and psychological call-in shows I grew up listening to on WABC New York before they exclusively devoted themselves to conservative talk (my Sunday morning ritual as a teenager was to turn them on about 10 AM and listen straight through the end of the Yankees game—you’d get child psychology, something about gardening, and then the ballgame). 

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