Audacy’s Sports Podcast Studio Enters Baseball Season
Audacy is launching two new shows from its sports podcast studio in partnership with Major League Baseball. “Inside the Monster” and “Beat the Streak Daily: Inside the Hits” will air this spring, ushering in a new baseball season.
“Inside the Monster,” in collaboration with the Boston Red Sox, launching March 31 and hosted by Steve Perrault and Joey Copponi, will have access to Red Sox players, club staff, journalists, the front office and of the. The series will bring a fresh perspective on the team, games, storylines, and personalities throughout the season. The conversational style of the podcast, which drops twice a week in season on Mondays and Thursdays, will take listeners through the legendary organization and aim to bring a deeper connection with the team and the player.
Inspired by MLB’s popular “Beat the Streak” fantasy game, where fans select players they believe will achieve success every day with the goal of breaking the all-time record of 56 games, “Beat the Streak Daily: Inside the Hits” breaks down each day’s rankings and examines the stories that develop around the hit. Kicking off April 7 and continuing with new shows every weekday during the MLB season, The Score’s Matt Spiegel seeks to develop storylines around hitting and features popular picks for games of the night — all while being joined by a variety of special guests.
“I’ve been fortunate enough to do several Red Sox shows over the years, but I can’t wait to see the connection we’ll have directly with the team through Inside the Monster,” host Perrault said. “We’re very excited to build on the momentum of last year’s playoffs and provide the best behind-the-scenes look at this Sox team. It’s going to be a fun summer and we can’t wait to get started.”
“I’ve tried Beat The Streak for years, with so little success; it’s such a brilliant, challenging game that really reveals the incredible feats of everyday MLB batting,” Spiegel said. “I’m extremely excited to now document these hitters, admire the Streakers, and help make us all a little smarter as baseball watchers along the way.”