In this era of high definition TV, watching sporting events is an experience like never before. But there is something to be said for the nostalgia of listening to sports on the radio. Depending on the commentators to describe action, closing your eyes and picturing the action in your mind. Maybe your grandfather told you stories of listening to a World Series radio broadcast and the anticipation he experienced.
A World Series radio broadcast may seem outdated today, but if you are on the go, sports radio stations can keep you in the loop and connected to the game. With so many sporting events on at once, the game you want to watch may not even be broadcast on television. Internet sports radio combines old technology with new to let you tune into the radio broadcast through your computer. Great for fans who live far away from the teams they follow, an ESPN radio stream keeps you up on the action from a distance on game day.
Live sports radio can also be great if you want to catch a game, but maybe your to do list around the house has gotten just a little too long. The lawn needs mowing or the kitchen sink needs to be unclogged right now. But your team has made it to the seventh game of the World Series radio can help you catch the action until you are done and can find a TV. Sure you will not be able to see the action, but take a radio with you and the descriptive color commentary needed for baseball radio can make sure you follow every pitch, every slide, every steal. While baseball was one of the earliest sports to be broadcast World series radio barely scratches the surface now. Everything from hockey games to boxing and football can be heard across the airwaves.