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    Anyone have XM Radio? Is it worth buying for listening to Baseball?

  • #2
    Yes, on XM

    I have Xm, I've had it all season long, and the have MLB talk live, all off season. Some nights they replay interviews, but you'll hear old games, interviews and all current / recent news...

    I had earphones, but since I roll in bed too much and would yank the station off my night stand. I just bought PC speakers, and I keep them under my pillow.... I listen to my XM all the time, especially before I fall asleep...

    it's worth it.
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    • #3
      It seems really cool
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      • #4
        Originally posted by mgervace
        I have Xm, I've had it all season long, and the have MLB talk live, all off season. Some nights they replay interviews, but you'll hear old games, interviews and all current / recent news...

        I had earphones, but since I roll in bed too much and would yank the station off my night stand. I just bought PC speakers, and I keep them under my pillow.... I listen to my XM all the time, especially before I fall asleep...

        it's worth it.
        Thanks for the information!

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        • #5
          I had it, but then I opted for the MLB.TV package, so I could get video. Let me tell you, it's awesome.
          I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech and a Hell of an Engineer!

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          • #6
            i have had it all season, i would listen to the baseball talk every morning on my drive to work, and i would flip thru the games to check scores and stuff at night. it is alot of fun to listen to, you can get to hear what other team's announcers are like, most of the time the home team gets the broadcast.

            but all in all, it is a lot of fun

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            • #7
              It is well worth it!

              I have the XM 2 Go and you can hear games anytime, anywhere...

              Also, if you have DirecTV, you can now listen to the MLB 24/7 station as DirecTV has just added XM radio to their lineup... Its on 878 in DTV....

              Here's more info on it:
              http://www.xmradio.com/programming/c...age.jsp?ch=175
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              • #8
                Ya ive been watching it since i discovered it about 5 days ago
                Born True Blue

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Baseball Guru
                  It is well worth it!

                  I have the XM 2 Go and you can hear games anytime, anywhere...

                  Also, if you have DirecTV, you can now listen to the MLB 24/7 station as DirecTV has just added XM radio to their lineup... Its on 878 in DTV....

                  Here's more info on it:
                  http://www.xmradio.com/programming/c...age.jsp?ch=175
                  I am getting the XM 2 go for Christmas, (I have been extra good this year)

                  My fear is this, I have issues getting reception on my cell phone while at my house... will the same issues be there with the XM?
                  BELIEVE

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by CubsHub
                    I am getting the XM 2 go for Christmas, (I have been extra good this year)

                    My fear is this, I have issues getting reception on my cell phone while at my house... will the same issues be there with the XM?
                    As long as you have your XM antenna facing the southern sky,then you should be fine.

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                    • #11
                      I just got mine today. I had to decide between XM and Sirius. Baseball or Howard Stern.
                      I don't think I could show my face around here again if I had gone with Sirius. Can't wait to tune in.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Baseball Guru
                        It is well worth it!

                        I have the XM 2 Go and you can hear games anytime, anywhere...

                        Also, if you have DirecTV, you can now listen to the MLB 24/7 station as DirecTV has just added XM radio to their lineup... Its on 878 in DTV....

                        Here's more info on it:
                        http://www.xmradio.com/programming/c...age.jsp?ch=175
                        Yea I've been listening to the station since it came on. I buy Direct TV's MLB Package each year. I like to have the XM 2 go to listen when I not home watch games.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Chisox73
                          As long as you have your XM antenna facing the southern sky,then you should be fine.

                          What kind of reception can an urban dweller expect with satellite radio? I live in an aparment building surrounded by other apartment buildings. Ugh! I never get an answer I can trust from sales people in stores like Best Buy.

                          If I could have either, I'd go with XM.

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                          • #14
                            Yes, definetly worth it. I've had it since right before the All-Star break '05, and love it. If you're into baseball, you gotta get it. Especially if you have any sort of commute.

                            The MLB coverage is extensive to say the least. Interesting talk/call-in shows, fantasy baseball shows, replays of classic games from the past, and oh yeah, EVERY game played during the season. You get the local radio feed of each home team, and your choice of home and away feeds come playoff time. For the WS this year you could listen to the White Sox or Astros play by play, as well as the ESPN call.

                            I think they also have music channels on there too.
                            Ken :gt

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Captain Cold Nose
                              I just got mine today. I had to decide between XM and Sirius. Baseball or Howard Stern.
                              I don't think I could show my face around here again if I had gone with Sirius. Can't wait to tune in.
                              So what do you think of it?
                              "There are three things in my life which I really love: God, my family, and baseball. The only problem - once baseball season starts, I change the order around a bit.
                              ~~Al Gallagher


                              God Bless America!

                              Click here to see my baseball tribute site!

                              Click here to see the best pitcher NOT in the HOF!

                              sigpic

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