In any case, along comes this reminder that things could be worse. Our little buddy, Glenn Geffner has his own off-season radio show. A hour a week, fanning the flames concerning his/your/their Florida Marlins. If you can get over the fact that this blog refers to this momentous event as " joining in the offseason hot stove hoopla", then you will read that
"The Marlins are launching a weekly Hot Stove Show on the team's official flagship station, 790 The Ticket (WAXY 790/AM). Each Saturday from noon to 1 p.m. ET, the show will be hosted by Josh Friedman and Marlins radio play-by-play announcer Glenn Geffner.
The feed of the Hot Stove Show also will be made available streaming online at www.marlins.com. Listeners can call in at 1-888-790-3776, or send a text message to 74965 every Saturday afternoon.Friedman and Geffner will address a variety of tops ranging from free agent movement to trades. The show will feature guests from the Marlins' front office, along with Major League Baseball representatives and baseball personalities.
The first show will air Saturday, with Marlins president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest as the main guest. On Dec. 6, a Winter Meetings Special will air from 10 a.m. to noon. The Hot Stove Show will air until Feb. 28.
According to this observer Beinfest didn't show up, thus demonstrating that he has as much respect for Mr. Glenn Geffner as the rest of us do.
According to Glennski
"There are Marlins fans not just in South Florida," Geffner said. "It will be nice to have them listening on the Internet. Hopefully, we'll get a lot of people involved in the show."
well you have the numbers and the texting information. Serious calls only, please.
If my life becomes even less worthwhile, I will try to record the mess and give you some [high]lights