After 19 seasons as the voice of the Winnipeg Goldeyes Paul Edmonds finally got his big break. Working for an Independent baseball team in Manitoba that was treated like a Major League organization, Edmonds was one of the most well-respected broadcasters, not just in the Northern League/American Association, but also in Canada. While the Goldeyes games were broadcast on TSN, one of the biggest networks in the area, Edmonds made a name for himself that eventually landed him the job as the radio voice of the Winnipeg Jets, who had just returned as an NHL franchise. Edmonds discusses the moment he got the job, the difficulty in taking over for the guy who had the job, but having him stay on as a color analyst and the devastation of losing an American Association playoff series in the deciding game on a walk-off throwing error. You can find the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast, at 1500ESPN.com or PodcastOne.com in the Society & Culture section. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheVoiceBTV and feel free to email us at TheVoiceBTV@gmail.com.