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The Voice Behind The Voice

They are the voices that bring you every heart-stopping moment from your favorite team or sporting event. They exude the emotion you feel as you hang on their every word. They come into your home, car or anywhere around the world. But what do you really know about these voices? You're about to find out with one of the more unique, entertaining and provocative podcasts. Sean Aronson, a minor league baseball play-by-play broadcaster since 2001, pulls back the curtain on these amazing voices to find out who is "The Voice Behind The Voice."
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They are the voices that bring you every heart-stopping moment from your favorite team or sporting event. They exude the emotion you feel as you hang on their every word.  They come into your home, car or anywhere around the world.  But what do you really know about these voices?  You're about to find out with one of the more unique, entertaining  and provocative podcasts.  Sean Aronson, a minor league baseball play-by-play broadcaster since 2001, pulls back the curtain on these amazing voices to find out who is "The Voice Behind The Voice."

Jun 27, 2017

We go off script, but we promise you it's well worth it.  In Episode 67 former Major Leaguer Kevin Millar takes one last professional at bat.  After not being drafted out of Lamar University, Millar began his professional career in 1993 with the St. Paul Saints.  After a solid season the Florida Marlins purchased his contract.  He made his Major League debut in 1998 and was purchased by the Boston Red Sox in 2003.  In 2004 he helped lead the Red Sox to an epic 0-3 comeback of the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series and the Red Sox ended an 86-year-old World Series drought by sweeping the St. Louis Cardinals.  His final professional at bat came in a six game stint with the St. Paul Saint in 2010.  That was until Saturday, June 23.  This is that moment.  The Saints invited many from the inaugural 1993 team back and they created a bobblehead of Millar and Saints owner Bill Murray.  It's from an iconic photo of the two of them sitting on a couch in that first year.  In January when Millar was asked to come back to be a part of this day he inquired about playing.  The league and the Saints opponent that night, the Winnipeg Goldeyes, agreed.  This is the pre-game interview with Millar, his one at bat and then his interview in the booth with Sean Aronson and J.W. Cox.  Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast.  Also, be sure to rate the podcast.  Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.

Jun 20, 2017

He's never had a resume and never needed a resume.  In episode 66 Ottawa Senators Dean Brown discusses being the youngest broadcaster ever to call a Grey Cup Game in 1989, rupturing his appendix and his affinity for scuba diving.  Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast.  Also, be sure to rate the podcast.  Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.

Jun 13, 2017

What does the 2nd longest tenured broadcaster in the American League think about when he thinks of the Texas Rangers?  It might not be the answer you think.  In episode 65 Hall of Famer Eric Nadel talks about how another Hall of Famer, Mel Allen, got him interested in becoming a broadcaster, calling Nolan Ryan's 5,000th strikeout and how he got jobs that Harmon Killebrew and Doc Emrick both went for. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast.  Also, be sure to rate the podcast.  Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.

Jun 6, 2017

How would your react if you had a front row seat to history and it was your job to tell fans all about it.  In episode 64 Oklahoma City Thunder TV broadcaster Brian Davis discusses what it was like to watch the record breaking season by Russell Westbrook, how he got his start in the industry as an investigative reporter and what he thinks of his voice being recognized by a dog.  Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast.  Also, be sure to rate the podcast.  Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.

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