radio, sports

Talking baseball’s “Mexican standoff” with Clint Domingue on Acadiana’s 103.7 The Game

(Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

For a sport that isn’t being played and may not be played this year, Major League Baseball is still generating a lot of discussion. Unfortunately, most of that conversation is negative as team owners and players battle over salaries to be paid in a shortened season with no fans in attendance.

But that means I got to talk with an old friend, Clint Domingue on Acadiana’s 103.7 The Game, and we discussed MLB’s tendency to hurt itself in terms of promoting baseball.

Here’s the video from Andrew McCutchen I mentioned during the segment:

Once upon a time, I was a regular on 103.7 The Game with a host who moved on years ago (and eventually became my podcast partner in a failed venture). Back then, Clint was an up-and-coming producer and occasional on-air host.

It’s been great to see him develop, become a bigger part of the station, and get his own show and podcast. This is the first time we talked to each other on the air! Hopefully, we’ll get a chance to do so again soon. I’m grateful to him for inviting me on his show.

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