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The Second Female P. A. Announcer

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Last Sunday marked the 24th anniversary of a moment in Baltimore Orioles and Major League Baseball history that passed by without so much as a mention by many.  In fact we even missed the anniversary of Kelly Saunders becoming the first female in Orioles history, and just the second female[…]

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More Postponement Vernacular

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A week-and-a-half ago we took a look at the use of the words postpone and cancel which only touched the surface of what can happen when circumstances outside of your control can wind up affecting the event you are announcing.  Today, we take a look at other words, what they[…]

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Myths: You Can’t Run the Scoreboard, Music, and Announce at the Same Time

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Three weeks ago, we wrote a piece about announcing and running the scoreboard at the same time and that some say it can’t be done.  Well it can, along with running the music too. It takes someone with good concentration to really understand how to do everything at once.  It’s[…]

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How Would You Handle The Fans?

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A few years ago, an interesting situation arose during a high school baseball game.  The visiting team’s fans were upset at the home team’s announcer for announcing the home team with more enthusiasm while playing walk-up music for the home team’s batters, songs for rallies while on offense, out songs[…]

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Monday Music Review: June 2016 Week 3 Songs of Summer

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Well, summer is here, officially and we’re going to take a look at some of the songs that are lighting up the charts right now.  We may have mentioned these in a few previous posts, but these are the songs you should have. Can’t Stop the Feelin’ – Justin Timberlake[…]

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