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#21 Posted on 2.3.05 1659.25
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    is it possible to record or save certain games to listen to later with MLB radio? Many of the Cubs games occur when I am away.


There are programs that doo that, although I think you'd need a google search and/or odessa to find them.

However, they do archive all games for at least 7 days when they're over (give or take 15 miuntes), so there's no real need to record on your own - they're already there.
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#22 Posted on 3.3.05 0027.56
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    Originally posted by thecubsfan

      is it possible to record or save certain games to listen to later with MLB radio? Many of the Cubs games occur when I am away.


    There are programs that doo that, although I think you'd need a google search and/or odessa to find them.

    However, they do archive all games for at least 7 days when they're over (give or take 15 miuntes), so there's no real need to record on your own - they're already there.


I have a program called Replay Radio, which records internet radio broadcasts, which I use to record the Tony Kornheiser Show everyday, but I don't know if it would work to record a MLB game since its a subscription service.
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#23 Posted on 3.3.05 1228.55
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    Originally posted by Roy.
    So that's 80 games without Harry Kalas, which is an idea I hate.

Look on the bright side - it'd be 80 games without Chris Wheeler.
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#24 Posted on 5.3.05 1008.34
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    Originally posted by thecubsfan

      is it possible to record or save certain games to listen to later with MLB radio? Many of the Cubs games occur when I am away.


    There are programs that doo that, although I think you'd need a google search and/or odessa to find them.

    However, they do archive all games for at least 7 days when they're over (give or take 15 miuntes), so there's no real need to record on your own - they're already there.


Thanks. As long as they archive games, I'm fine.

I'm actually torn about getting this, since many Cubs games are on WGN. Unfortunately WGN seems to think some people like watching Sox games for some unexplained reason. Personally, I didn't think Sox fans exist anymore, except perhaps for that spf guy, insane as he might be:-)
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