You may have noticed some new things popping up on Let’s Go Tribe recently. Podcasts have had a video at the top of their posts, Matt Schlichting’s live Q&A’s on Facebook have had their own post, and soon you’ll be seeing archives of live Twitch streams.
Our schedule is pretty straightforward:
- Sunday, 4:30 p.m. ET: Matt Schlichting Live Facebook Q&A
- Monday, 9:30 p.m. ET: Let’s Talk Tribe recording
- Tuesday, tbd ET: Brian Hemminger Live Facebook prospect chat (coming soon)
- Wednesday, 9:00 p.m. ET: Matt Schlichting Twitch stream
- Saturday, 12:00 p.m. ET: Tyler Griffith Twitch stream
Other Twitch streams may pop up whenever one of us feels like it, but you can count on them Wednesday and Saturday. But, of course, you don’t have to worry about any schedule if you subscribe to us on YouTube — everything we do will be put on there. Sometimes a day later (podcasts) and sometimes directly after (Facebook Live videos).
Here’s a breakdown of what exactly you can expect to see.
Let’s Talk Tribe Podcast
If you didn’t already know, every episode of the Let’s Talk Tribe podcast is recorded live on Facebook. Watching live will always get you some extra stuff before and after the show, but if you want the edited, cleaner version of the recording, be sure to check out what we upload on YouTube. It’s essentially the same thing that comes out if you subscribe on iTunes or listen on BlogTalkRadio, just on YouTube.
Facebook Live Archives
The podcast isn’t the only thing we’re recording live on Facebook. Matt Schlichting and Tyler Griffith do a lot of live content — namely Q&A’s and pre- and post-game shows. Those will now all be archived on YouTube in case you miss them when they happen on Facebook. Starting soon, Brian Hemminger and I will also be doing a weekly live prospect chat on Facebook that’ll be archived here.
Everything we do on Twitch will appear here as well with minimal editing. No breaking them up into smaller episodes, either. We’re putting the full archives of each stream as one video.
The goal of Twitch streams is to play baseball-related games and just talk Indians with whoever wants to in the chat. We may eventually stretch the meaning of "baseball games" — like renaming characters from non-baseball games to baseball-related names — but the baseball talk will always remain intact.
Twitch straems will likely be an "offseason only" kind of thing. During the season everyone will be watching the Indians anyway, and we just won’t have time to keep up with them. At most maybe someone will stream on off-days.