“We’ve pretty much pushed the limits of video, but audio is untapped,” said Tony Petitti, the president of MLB Network.
On March 7, the network will try to take a leap in audio, televising a spring training game between the Indians and Diamondbacks in which up to six players a team will wear microphones 재밌는 게임 다운로드. What they say, what they sound like while running the bases and what a batted ball sounds like will be broadcast almost live, after a short delay.
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If you get the MLB Network catch it live on March 7 at noon (PST).