The minor league baseball web site used to have audio archives of all the ball games. So you could potentially come home at the end of the day and listen to the game. Or in the morning before work.
This is no longer the case, which is so stupid. Listening to the game is second only to watching it. It gives you so much more than a box score.
How will I know if a home run is majestic or not? How will I know if a strikeout is a failed check swing or a massive whiff? Is the error egregious or was it a close call? Did the outfielder make a spectacular diving catch?
I hate you, minor league web site.
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