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The Throwback League


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The Throwback League

A sports podcast from CLNS Media Network & Josh Lewin
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Baseball is back. Hall of Famers, your favorites and players you haven’t thought of for years come to life in a simulated March Madness-style tournament announced by renowned play-by-play voice Josh Lewin.  The AL and NL pennant winners from 1974-2006 square off in a March Madness-style round of 48 to decide the Throwback League championship. An advanced computer algorithm produces the results; Josh brings them to life with a lively and descriptive play-by-play, and Legendary Sunday Night Baseball announcer Jon Miller provides pre-game set-up with players from the teams are interviewed. New games drop every Monday from February 17, 2020 till January 11, 2021.

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