WINNIPEG, MB. – “The Inside Pitch,” the off-season radio show of the Winnipeg Goldeyes, returns to the airwaves on Wednesday, January 31st on the Goldeyes’ official broadcast partner, 93.7 FM CJNU.
“The Inside Pitch” airs on the final Wednesday of each month from January through April (full list of show dates below) from 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time. The program features Goldeyes’ manager Rick Forney, as well as players and other guests from around the baseball industry.
For a third consecutive year, the Goldeyes and CJNU have partnered to broadcast all spring training, regular season, and potential playoff games on 93.7 FM in Winnipeg. Every Goldeyes’ radio broadcast commences with a 30-minute pre-game show, and concludes with a 30-minute post-game show. The “Around the Association” magazine show also returns, and will air one hour prior to the first pitch of each Saturday broadcast.
“CJNU is thrilled once again to be the broadcast home of the Winnipeg Goldeyes as the team competes in their 25th season, and goes for an unprecedented championship ‘hat trick,’” said Adam Glynn, Station Manager at 93.7 FM CJNU. “Our relationship over the past two years has been both fun and fruitful, with baseball and radio sharing a unique history together over the past century that we have continued to build upon.”
Broadcasting from the Richardson Building in Winnipeg’s historic Exchange District, CJNU is a not-for-profit community station operated by Nostalgia Broadcasting Cooperative, providing Winnipeg’s primary broadcast portal to “Boomers and Seniors.” Its unique programming includes a nostalgic music focus combined with information about the Winnipeg community and its vital organizations. Each month, the volunteers of CJNU take their studio to a new community location to engage the listening public directly with their community radio station, and are actively involved in helping numerous charitable organizations across Manitoba share their important stories.
“We are extremely proud of our partnership with CJNU, and look forward to its continued growth,” said Goldeyes’ general manager Andrew Collier. “Over the past two seasons, our dedicated listeners have enjoyed an unmatched level of theatre, and we look forward to helping them create another summer of great memories in 2018.”
All Winnipeg Goldeyes’ radio content on 93.7 FM CJNU can also be heard online at www.cjnu.ca, www.goldeyes.com, BellMTS TV channel 725, or through the TuneIn Radio or other apps for smart phones and tablets.