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Warren Brings Pride

Warren Brings Pride

Anchor Intro: Today the Kent State Baseball Team began a double header at 3 o’clock… and normally a game at this time on a weekday would cause a dip in attendance, but today was different. TV2 Reporter Max Fleck has the story on what faculty member is planning on making sure the ballpark stays full. [bbrvideo]BBR_Fleck_S8_WarrenBringsPride[/bbrvideo]   Today the Golden Flashes began a double header at 3’clock, and at a time that could usually signify playing in front of empty…

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Family operates tournament

Family operates tournament

ANCHOR INTRO:¬†Throwing a baseball in your backyard could start a tradition. A baseball tournament came to Kent State University Saturday to play a couple of innings. One family takes the game of baseball to heart. Our own Thea Emroll stepped on the baseball field to see this family in action. [bbrvideo]BBR_EMROLL_S7_FAMILY[/bbrvideo] Play ball! The baseball season is in full swing for the Ohio Bombers Baseball Team. This team plays in a special tournament all by itself. Sixty-five teams from all…

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BSR Baseball Broadcasts

BSR Baseball Broadcasts

Anchor Intro: Black Squirrel radio is the only station to broadcast live sports, we sent reporter Jamie Dillon out to see what exactly they do and are looking for. [bbrvideo]BBR_Dillon_S6_broadcast[/bbrvideo] Black Squirrel Radio is actively looking to help recruit students to help join their broadcast of live sports. Baseball season is here and they are looking to get anyone they can to help. “Boston Bob” as they call him at the station says that it is fun and relaxing to…

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The Problem With Chief Wahoo

The Problem With Chief Wahoo

Cleveland Indians long time mascot ‘Chief Wahoo’ has been under much criticism over the past couple years. TV2’s Zach Harley set out to find out why the mascot is such a problem. [bbrvideo width=”350″ float=”left” caption=”The Problem With Chief Wahoo”]BBR_04_Harley_Wahoo[/bbrvideo] Chief Wahoo has been a prominent part of the Cleveland Indians since the late 1940s but in the past five years the response to the mascot has been under heavy fire.¬† People not only in Cleveland but all over the…

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