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https://espnpressroom.com/us/press-releases/2019/05/tickets-punched-on-road-to-wcws-espn-to-cover-every-game-of-ncaa-division-i-softball-regionals/

  • Oklahoma Sooners Enter as No. 1 Seed
  • Up to 112 Games Across ESPN Networks from May 16-19
  • Bases Loaded Available Friday-Sunday

For the third consecutive year, ESPN will have every pitch from the 16 regional sites of the NCAA Division I Softball Championship totaling up to 112 games across ESPN Networks from Thursday, May 16, to Sunday, May 19. Games will be available across ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, SEC Network, Longhorn Network and ESPN3, with all games accessible via the ESPN App.

Friday’s slate kicks off television coverage with 16 games available—seven on ESPN and ESPN2. An additional nine television games are expected on Saturday and another 11 on Sunday, depending on how each regional progresses. Updates on the television schedule can be found at ncaa.com and on twitter via the NCAA softball twitter handle.

The regionals mark the beginning of  ESPN’s post-season coverage which includes televising every game of the Super Regionals and Women’s College World Series (WCWS) for the 13th and 19th consecutive seasons, respectively.

The Field is Set!
The field of 64 was announced Sunday, May 12, on ESPN2 during the NCAA Softball Championship Selection Special Presented by Capital One. Each regional is a four-team, double-elimination tournament with one team advancing to the Super Regional Round (May 23-26), reducing the field of 64 teams to just 16. The top-16 seeded teams serve as regional hosts.

Currently on a 39-game winning streak, the Oklahoma Sooners are the No. 1 seed, followed by No. 2 UCLA, No. 3 Washington, No. 4 Florida State, No. 5 Florida, No. 6 Arizona, No. 7 Minnesota, No. 8 Alabama, No. 9 Texas, No. 10 LSU, No. 11 Ole Miss, No. 12 Tennessee, No. 13 Oklahoma State, No. 14 Kentucky, No. 15 Michigan and No. 16 Northwestern.

  • The SEC led the way for the fifth consecutive year with all 13 schools receiving bids, including six that will host regionals (Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Ole Miss and Tennessee). The Big Ten ranks second with six teams receiving bids.
  • Two teams have made the tournament for the first time: Detroit Mercy and Seattle University
  • Ten of the 16 national seeds from the 2018 tournament are national seeds again this season (Oklahoma, UCLA, Washington, Florida State, Florida, Arizona, Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, Kentucky).
  • Minnesota (No. 7) and Ole Miss (No. 11) earned their highest-ever national seeds, while Oklahoma State (No. 13) is a national seed for the first time in program history.

Bases Loaded
For the fifth consecutive season, ESPN’s NCAA Division I Softball Championship Regional coverage will be enhanced by the addition of the Bases Loaded viewing option—look-ins to multiple live games throughout the day while also providing up-to-the-minute recaps of the full tournament. Matt Schick will host, joined by Jen Schroeder who made three WCWS appearances as a catcher for UCLA.

Bases Loaded will be available for 8.5 hours Friday-Sunday on the Bases Loaded channel and ESPN3 as well as in between televised games throughout the weekend.

Friday, May 17:
Airs from 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. ET on Bases Loaded channel and streamed on ESPN3.

Time (ET)Network
9-9:30 p.m.ESPN2
10:30-11 p.m.ESPNU

 Saturday, May 18:
Airs from 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. ET on Bases Loaded channel and streamed on ESPN3.

Time (ET)Network
8-8:30 p.m.ESPN2
10:30-11 p.m.ESPN2

Sunday, May 19:
Airs from 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. ET on Bases Loaded channel and streamed on ESPN3.

Time (ET)Network
4-4:30 p.m.ESPN2
4:30- 5 p.m.ESPNU
6:30-7 p.m.ESPN2

 

Coverage from Every Angle
7Innings Podcast
The 7Innings Podcast, now in its second season, will continue to chronicle the Road to the Women’s College World Series with insights and analysis from ESPN softball mainstays Beth Mowins, Michele Smith, Jessica Mendoza, Amanda Scarborough, Holly Rowe, Kayla Braud, Jenny Dalton-Hill and Danielle Lawrie, among others. Episodes are posted to ESPN Audio, iTunesand Spotify weekly.

espnW
Look for the latest news, scores and highlights on espnW and its various social handles throughout regional play. Feature stories include:

  • A preview of the NCAA softball regionals by spotlighting some of the new faces in the tournament, including UCLA freshmen Kelli Godin and Megan Faraimo, and Minnesota freshman Natalie DenHartog.
  • From Keilani Ricketts at Oklahoma to Sierra Romero at Oregon, Katie Barnes explains why NCAA softball dugouts are full of superstars moonlighting as coaches.
  • Former Oregon star Jenna Lilley, now with the Chicago Bandits of the National Pro Fastpitch League, explains why she’s rooting for theLouisiana Ragin’ Cajuns.

Rally Cap
SEC Network’s weekly baseball and softball highlight and analysis show Rally Cap will air Sunday, May 19 at 11 or 11:30 p.m. depending on game scheduling. Softball analyst Tori Vidales will join host Dari Nowkhah and baseball analyst   to bring fans the very best from the softball regionals and the final week of the NCAA Baseball regular season.


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NCAA Division I Softball Regional Schedule

Norman Regional
Top Seed: No. 1 Oklahoma
PxP: Pam Ward
Analyst: Jenny Dalton-Hill

  • College: Arizona
  • Honors: National Player of the Year (1996) and Women’s College World Series MVP (’96), Four-time National Champion, winning three as a player (1993, ’94, and ’96) and one as an assistant coach, also with Arizona (1997)
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
Fri, May 177 p.m.Wisconsin vs. Notre DameESPN
 9: 30 p.m.UMBC vs. OklahomaESPN2
Sat, May 184 p.m.Game 3TBD
 6:30 p.m.Game 4TBD
 9 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 192 p.m.Game 6TBD
 4:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

 

Los Angeles Regional
Top Seed: No. 2 UCLA
PxP: Trey Bender
Analyst: Leah Amico

  • College: Arizona
  • Honors: Won three national championships (1993, ’94, ’97), member of goal medal-winning teams at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, 2000 Sydney Olympics and 2004 Athens Olympics
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork 
Fri, May 178:30 p.m.Cal State Fullerton vs. MissouriESPNU
 11 p.m.Weber State vs. UCLAESPNU
Sat, May 186 p.m.Game 3TBD
 8:30 p.m.Game 4TBD
 11 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 195 p.m.Game 6TBD
 7:30 p.m. Game 7TBD

Seattle Regional
Top Seed: No. 3 Washington
PxP: Alex Perlman
Analyst: Kenzie Fowler

  • College: Arizona
  • Honors: 38-9 record, 1.53 ERA and 371 strikeouts in 284.1 innings as a freshman at Arizona, helping lead the Wildcats to the WCWS Finals 
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork 
Fri, May 177:30 p.m.Seattle vs. Mississippi StateESPN3
 10 pm.Fordham vs. WashingtonESPN3
Sat, May 186 p.m.Game 3TBD
 8:30 p.m.Game 4TBD
 11 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 199 p.m.Game 6TBD
 11:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

Tallahassee Regional
Top Seed: No. 4 Florida State
PxP: Mike Couzens
Analyst: Erin Miller

  • College: Oklahoma
  • Honors: Co-Big 12 Player of the Year (2016); Top 10 Finalist for 2016 Senior Class Award (2016); Two-time National Champion (2013, ’16); All-American (2016)
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork 
Fri, May 17NoonUSF vs. South CarolinaSEC Network
 2:30 p.m.Bethune Cookman vs. Florida StateESPNU
Sat, May 18NoonGame 3TBD
 2:30 p.m.Game 4TBD
 5 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 19NoonGame 6TBD
 2:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

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Gainesville Regional
Top Seed: No. 5 Florida
PxP: Eric Frede
Analyst: Madison Shipman

  • College: Tennessee
  • Analyst: Three time All-American, SEC Player of the Year, 2014 NPF Rookie of the Year
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
Fri, May 17NoonBoise State at StanfordESPNU
 2:30 p.m.Boston University vs. FloridaSEC Network
Sat, May 182 p.m.Game 3TBD
 4:30 p.m.Game 4TBD
 7 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 19NoonGame 6TBD
 2:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

Tucson Regional
Top Seed: No. 6 Arizona
PxP: Beth Mowins
Analyst: Michele Smith

  • College: Oklahoma State
  • Honors: Two-time All-American, two time Olympic Gold Medalist (1996, ’00) and eight time Japan Pro League MVP
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
Fri, May 179:00 p.m.Colorado State vs. AuburnESPN
 11:30 p.m.Harvard vs. ArizonaESPN2
Sat, May 186 p.m.Game 3TBD
 8:30 p.m.Game 4TBD
 11 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 197 p.m.Game 6TBD
 9:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

Minneapolis Regional
Top Seed: No. 7 Minnesota
PxP: Courtney Lyle
Analyst: Amanda Scarborough

  • College: Texas A&M
  • Honors: Two-time All-American (2005, ’07). Only player in Big 12 history to receive Freshman of the Year and Player of Year in same season (2005), played in two WCWS (2007, ’08)
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
Fri, May 177 p.m.Drake vs, GeorgiaESPN2
 9:30 p.m.North Dakota State vs. MinnesotaESPN3
Sat, May 184 p.m.Game 3TBD
 6:30 p.m.Game 4

 

TBD
 9 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 194 p.m.Game 6TBD
 6:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

Tuscaloosa Regional
Top Seed: No. 8 Alabama
PxP: Tiffany Greene
Analyst: Kayla Braud

  • College: Alabama
  • Honors: National Champion (2012), two time All-American, SEC Freshman of the Year 
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork 
Fri, May 174 p.m.Lipscomb vs. Arizona StateESPN3
 6:30 p.m.Alabama State vs. AlabamaESPNU
Sat, May 182 p.m.Game 3TBD
 4:30 p.m.Game 4TBD
 7 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 192 p.m.Game 6TBD
 4:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

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Austin Regional
Top Seed: No. 9 Texas
PxP: Alex Loeb
Analyst: Megan Willis

  • College: Texas
  • Honors: Two-time Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (2006, ‘07); Played in National Fastpitch League 
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork 
Fri, May 172 p.m.Texas A&M vs. HoustonESPN3
 5 p.m.Sam Houston State vs. TexasLonghorn Network
Sat, May 182 p.m.Game 3TBD
 4:30 p.m.Game 4

 

TBD
 7 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 194:30 p.m.Game 6TBD
 7 p.m.Game 7TBD

 

Baton Rouge Regional
Top Seed: No. 10 LSU
PxP: Matt Schumaker
Analyst: Leigh Dakich

  • College: Toledo
  • Honors: Led the Rockets to the WCWS; holds the MAC record for batting average and hits. Former head coach at Bowling Green and Syracuse
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork 
Fri, May 173 p.m.Louisiana Tech vs. Texas TechESPN3
 5:30 p.m.Monmouth vs. LSUESPN3
Sat, May 182 p.m.Game 3TBD
 4:30 p.m.Game 4TBD
 7 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 194 p.m.Game 6TBD
 6:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

 

Oxford Regional
Top Seed: No. 11 Ole Miss
PxP: Seth Austin
Analyst: Missy Dickerson

  • College: UCLA
  • Honors: All-American, Three time National Champion; Former head coach at Ole Miss and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
 DateTime (ET)GameNetwork 
Fri, May 174:30 p.m.Southeast Missouri State vs. LouisianaESPN3
 7 p.m.Chattanooga vs. Ole MissESPN3
Sat, May 181 p.m.Game 3ESPN3
 3:30 p.m.Game 4ESPN3
 6 p.m.Game 5ESPN3
Sun, May 193 p.m.Game 6ESPN3
 5:30 p.m.Game 7ESPN3

Knoxville Regional
Top Seed: No. 12 Tennessee
PxP: Jenn Hildreth
Analyst: Carol Bruggeman

  • College: Iowa
  • Honors: As a Division I coach at Michigan, Purdue, and Louisville, achieved more than 700 combined wins; All Big-Ten and All-Mideast Region as a player, inducted into the Iowa Softball Association Hall of Fame (1997)  
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork 
Fri, May 1711 a.m.Ohio State vs. North CarolinaESPN2
 1:30 p.m.Longwood vs. TennesseeESPN3
Sat, May 18NoonGame 3TBD
 2:30 p.m.Game 4TBD
 5 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 19NoonGame 6TBD
 2:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

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Stillwater Regional
Top Seed: No. 13 Oklahoma State
PxP: Melissa Lee
Analyst: Cheri Kempf

  • College: Missouri Western State
  • Honors: National Champion, National MVP and played on USA National Team that won the World Cup (1992)
  • Commissioner of National Professional Fastpitch (NPF) since 2007
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
Thu, May 166 p.m.Tulsa vs. ArkansasESPN3
 8:30 p.m.BYU vs. Oklahoma StateESPN3
Fri, May 171 p.m.Game 3ESPN2
 3:30 p.m.Game 4ESPN3
 6 p.m.Game 5ESPN3
Sat, May 84 p.m.Game 6TBD
 6:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

 

Lexington Regional
Top Seed: No. 14 Kentucky
PxP: Dave Baker
Analyst: Francesca Enea

  • College: Florida
  • Honors: National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA)/Louisville Slugger Second-Team All-American (2008 and 2009); All- Southeastern Conference Second Team (2009); WCWS All-Tournament team (2008).
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork 
Fri, May 17NoonIllinois vs. Virginia TechESPN3
 2:30 p.m.Toledo vs. KentuckyESPN3
Sat, May 18NoonGame 3ESPN3
 2:30 p.m.Game 4ESPN3
 5 p.m.Game 5ESPN3
Sun, May 19NoonGame 6ESPN3
 2:30 p.m.Game 7ESPN3

 

Ann Arbor Regional
Top Seed: No. 15 Michigan
PxP: 
Mark Neely 
Analyst: 
Danielle Lawrie

  • College: Washington
  • Honors: National Champion (2009), All-American, and played for Canadian National Team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
Fri, May 172 p.m.DePaul vs. James MadisonESPN3
 4:30 p.m.Saint Francis vs. MichiganESPNU
Sat, May 18Noon TBD
 2:30 p.m. TBD
 5 p.m. TBD
Sun, May 192 p.m. TBD
 4:30 p.m. TBD

 

Evanston Regional
Top Seed: No. 16 Northwestern
PxP: Eric Frede
Analyst: Jennie Ritter

  • College: Michigan
  • Honors: National Championship (2005), played for USA National Team (2007) in the World Cup and Pan American games
DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
Fri, May 171 p.m.Southern Illinois vs. LouisvilleESPN3
 3:30 p.m.Detroit Mercy vs. NorthwesternESPN3
Sat, May 182 p.m.Game 3TBD
 4:30 p.m.Game 4

 

TBD
 7 p.m.Game 5TBD
Sun, May 192 p.m.Game 6TBD
 4:30 p.m.Game 7TBD

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How is Eric Frede in Gainesville and Evanston at the same time?
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I like most of the analysts ESPN uses for their softball coverage.

But... they should look at putting LC in one of those spots,  imv.

And if they wanted to make it really fun, smart and entertaining... put KR & LC together as a pair of analysts on the same broadcast.
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My sympathies to those having to listen to Pam Ward, Beth Mowins, and Tiffany Greene.
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I like most of the analysts ESPN uses for their softball coverage.

But... they should look at putting LC in one of those spots,  imv.

And if they wanted to make it really fun, smart and entertaining... put KR & LC together as a pair of analysts on the same broadcast.

Shocker

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Why do they list the playing credentials of the broadcast team?  This in no way has any impact on how good of a analyst they are.  
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I hate that they are not letting the regular local broadcasters who call regular season games call the regionals. Ours are pretty good and have done a good job of being "neutral" in regionals past.

Luckily we also have a top-notch radio guy, so hitting the "mute" button on the TV is a good option. The two broadcasters coming to the LSU regional can't possibly know anything about any of the 4 teams playing there.
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Good to see Erin Miller back this year (Tallahassee Regional). She did a really good job last year in what I believe was her first stint as a postseason broadcaster for ESPN. And, she's easy on the eyes to boot.
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<< Shocker >> (3LT)


No... Shocker is Wichita State.

What you meant to say is...   Sooner.



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Great selection of analysts. Excited to hear Jenny Dalton and Danielle Lawrie. Kinda pissed about Michelle Smith at Tuscon. I can't deal with her and her made-up pitches... you know that 2-seam rising backdoor drop ball and the 4-seam breaking off-speed change-up. Interested in where Yvette Girouard is at. I really like her and the individual she usually is paired with. They are usually entertaining and insightful. 
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Great selection of analysts. Excited to hear Jenny Dalton and Danielle Lawrie. Kinda pissed about Michelle Smith at Tuscon. I can't deal with her and her made-up pitches... you know that 2-seam rising backdoor drop ball and the 4-seam breaking off-speed change-up. Interested in where Yvette Girouard is at. I really like her and the individual she usually is paired with. They are usually entertaining and insightful. 



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Interested in where Yvette Girouard is at.  


As I noted above, ESPN went away from having the normal "home" ESPN3 commentators working the regionals.

I would love to have Girouard and Lyn Rollins do the regional, but instead they are sending some dude named Matt Schumaker to do play-by-play and Leigh Dakich to do color.  I seriously doubt either of them have seen any of the teams play this year.  I looked up Schumaker and all I could find about him was that he does a lot of track and field.  At least Girouard and Rollins have seen LSU play a ton of times and would sound like they knew what they were talking about.

As mentioned earlier, I will be muting TV and listening to radio if I am not at the park
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Interested in where Yvette Girouard is at. I really like her and the individual she usually is paired with. They are usually entertaining and insightful. >> (MojoJojo93)


Yes... Yvette and her partner have been my favorite pair.  Very entertaining.
I can't think of the guy she has been paired with.  Anybody know..?
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Interested in where Yvette Girouard is at. I really like her and the individual she usually is paired with. They are usually entertaining and insightful. >> (MojoJojo93)


Yes... Yvette and her partner have been my favorite pair.  Very entertaining.
I can't think of the guy she has been paired with.  Anybody know..?


His name is Lyn Rollins.  He has done a lot of sports broadcasting in Louisiana for 30+ years.

He is LSU's go-to guy for all SECN+ events.  He has called men's and women's basketball, baseball, softball, gymnastics, volleyball, and beach volleyball. He also called football when Cox Sports TV used to air LSU replays.  Kind of a "jack of all trades"
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Can I just say I love the fact Missy Dickerson is the analyst at Ole Miss.
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Every UGA game in the preseason except for MAYBE one was completely silent. No “announcers” at all. So, for me, I’m just thankful to have someone on the call. I don’t care if they are knowledgeable or fake knowledgeable, what matters to me is that I’m not sitting there in awkward silence. More power to those of you that enjoy it, but that’s a big “nope” for me!
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Any broadcast team is only as good as their preparation. Good announcers, do their homework with pronunciations and an inherent knowledge of the game. That's why they list credentials. With a 4 team assignment and competent SID's from each team, they will make the game more enjoyable- explaining nuances of a particular play, giving us bio tidbits and stats on teams and individual players.

Another tenet of broadcasting is that familiarity can breed contempt, so if you're tired of Mowens, Smith and Greene, it's likely that you've seen or heard them all season for years. For me, Girouard is my least favorite and I can't pinpoint why.

The most important point, though, is that all the games are viewable- although I don't like ESPN3, and the Longhorn Channel is not accessible to some. And they will likely have instant replay, multiple angles and slow motion. Not as good as being there in person, maybe, but still enjoyable viewing.
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His name is Lyn Rollins.  He has done a lot of sports broadcasting in Louisiana for 30+ years.

He is LSU's go-to guy for all SECN+ events.  He has called men's and women's basketball, baseball, softball, gymnastics, volleyball, and beach volleyball. He also called football when Cox Sports TV used to air LSU replays.  Kind of a "jack of all trades"


Lyn and Yvette make the games so interesting especially last year. With the regional top three teams being LSU, Louisiana, and Houston they were so informative. Yvette coached at both LSU and Louisiana so she knows these teams and a lot of their history. Houston is a short drive away, so they knew so much about that regional and the excitement and close games made it so good.

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Interested in where Yvette Girouard is at. I really like her and the individual she usually is paired with. They are usually entertaining and insightful. >> (MojoJojo93)


Yes... Yvette and her partner have been my favorite pair.  Very entertaining.
100 percent
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Lyn and Yvette make the games so interesting especially last year. With the regional top three teams being LSU, Louisiana, and Houston they were so informative. Yvette coached at both LSU and Louisiana so she knows these teams and a lot of their history. Houston is a short drive away, so they knew so much about that regional and the excitement and close games made it so good.
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Don't like them.  Biggest homers ever.  Every LSU player is an All-American.  In their eyes, not a player on the team has any flaws.  And don't even think of them pointing out Gorsuch's leaping.  Torina is the best pitching coach ever.  Dobson is the best hitting coach ever.  Tiger park is the best softball park.  And on and on and on and on.
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Look on the bright side, you had what 10 yrs ago?????.... My mute button works fine. It will be better over time! Only problem is my work output ( I'm retired and answer to the wife, but she is as big a fan as me!)
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Look on the bright side, you had what 10 yrs ago?????.... My mute button works fine. It will be better over time! Only problem is my work output ( I'm retired and answer to the wife, but she is as big a fan as me!)
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I like most of the analysts ESPN uses for their softball coverage.

But... they should look at putting LC in one of those spots,  imv.

And if they wanted to make it really fun, smart and entertaining... put KR & LC together as a pair of analysts on the same broadcast.


Please spell out the names of the people you are referencing, like everyone else in this thread has done, so we all will know who they are. Thank you.

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Please spell out the names of the people you are referencing, like everyone else in this thread has done, so we all will know who they are. Thank you.


I’m guessing Lauren chamberlain and Keilani Ricketts.
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Replace MS with KRT
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