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LCS may go to TBS
2006-06-24 22:23
by Bob Timmermann

Andrew Marchand of the New York Post reports that the ALCS and NLCS may end up on TBS exclusively in the 2007 season.

MLB's contract with Fox expires at the end of this year's World Series and the home network off all the postseason games is still up in the air.

2006-06-24 22:34:32
1.   Linkmeister
Cable only? I can't believe MLB would be that dumb, although the NHL and OLN set a precedent this year.
2006-06-24 22:48:26
2.   das411
Thanks Link, now I can save my "OMG did nobody learn anything from this past NHL season?!?!?!?!" rant for another time.

Although it should be noted that this is from the NYPost, the awesomest newspaper in the country ever since that Zarqawi farewell a couple weeks ago...

2006-06-24 22:50:23
3.   Greg Brock
Yeah, that whole NHL and OLN thing worked out great. I try not to bash Bud Selig, but this is a monumentally stupid mistake (if it goes through).

On the bright side, I'll always be able to watch Bird on a Wire or Beastmaster after every game.

2006-06-24 23:02:59
4.   Linkmeister
2 You're welcome. I'm no hockey fan, but that sure seemed like a mistake, although I suppose the NHL may just have gotten a better deal from OLN than ESPN was offering. A lot fewer viewers can see OLN than ESPN, though.
2006-06-25 09:54:52
5.   StolenMonkey86
On TBS? Does this mean TBS will no longer be the Braves' network? Wouldn't that be awkward, considering the Braves haven't made it past the first round of the playoffs in years, and probably won't make the postseason this year?

NBC, for its own sake, should make a better bid, because more people go to Florida Marlins games than watch NBC.

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