Meet the broadcast crew from Softbol Radio, who have been broadcasting ISC World Tournament games in Spanish, for the first time ever in 2010. The crew is working in collaboration with Ballparkradio and the ISC, with broadcasts originating in Argentina, and being streamed via a remote connection with Ballparkradio.
The Softbol Radio crew broadcast the Tuesday night game between the NY Gremlins and Minnesota Angels – the night that fellow Argentine Juan Potoliccio struck out 22 — and another tonight, the Winner’s Bracket final between Kitchener and the NY Gremlins. They’ll be back on the air for two more games on the final day of the 2010 ISC World Tournament, at 1pm EDT and 7pm EDT for the Loser’s Bracket Final and Championship game.
Saturday, the crew will grow by one member, as former ISC World Tournament catcher Julio Gamarci (who caught fellow Argentine Lucas Mata) will be sitting in to add some color commentary.
The Spanish language broadcasts have proven to be very popular with Spanish speaking fans – drawing the largest number of listeners of all of the ISC WT/Ballparkradio broadcasts. We are delighted to have been a part of the project, and hope that it’s just the beginning of more to come in the future.
To Cristian, and his crew, and to all Spanish speaking fastball fans around the world, we say “Bienvenidos” ! (Welcome!)
” 1Âº TransmisiÃ³n en vivo y espaÃ±ol ISC – SOFTBOLradio”
Click the media players below to listen – even if you don’t speak Spanish, you can get a sense of the great work they are producing, and wonderful service provided to Spanish speaking fastball fans everywhere.