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'Inside the Herd'

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Inside the Herd"Inside the Herd"
with "The Voice of the Bisons" Ben Wagner

In 2008, you'll be able to get "Inside the Herd" like never before! is always the place to go if you want to find out the most up-to-date information on the team that you love. Now, you can watch your favorite players talk about more than just baseball. Check out "The Voice of the Bisons," Ben Wagner, as he talks with Bisons players and coaches about their personal lives, and what makes them who they are!

We will upload the videos to this page when they are available throughout the season.

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WATCHWATCH: Trevor Crowe, John Meloan and Jordan Brown are all teammates on the Buffalo Bisons, but that's nothing new. The trio were roommates while playing at the University of Arizona. Inside the Herd unites them for a revealing session of Q&A.


2008 Episodes

WATCH: The season is half over, but before we move forward into August, Inside the Herd takes a look back at the great plays and players at Dunn Tire Park over the first three months of the year. Big hits, dominate pitching performances and clutch defense, the bisons have showcased it all at Dunn Tire Park for the best fans in all of minor league baseball!

WATCH: May has come and gone, but not without some amazing plays in the field by the Buffalo Bisons. From Ryan Mulhern's .310 batting average to Jason Cooper's 14RBI, the Herd got outstanding performances throughout their line up. Throw in four wins from Rich Rundles and three more from Matt Ginter, and the Bisons had a winning month in May. Check out some of the great highlights from the second month of the season.

WATCH: He's always behind the scenes, but Ross Atkins has more to do with the success of the Bisons than maybe any person in the Indians organization. Atkins is the Tribe's Director of Player Development, the person who oversees every minor league player in the Cleveland system. It's the recommendations and decisions he makes that determine just who will be suiting up for the Bisons on a game-to-game basis.

WATCH: His name is's a band name in California and a doctor on daytime television. But most importantly, "Rick Bauer" means great relief pitching. "The Voice of the Bisons" Ben Wagnerand the Inside the Herd crew catches up with Rick to talk about his start, playing with Cal Ripken Jr., and why he's a fan of Anchorman.

WATCH: The first month of the season is in the books and the Bisons have already had some great performances by Aaron Laffey, Jeremy Sowers, Aaron Herr and Andy Gonzalez. Check out this highlight package to see all the amazing highlights from April.

WATCH: The 2008 season is underway and Inside the Herd catches up with one of the newset members of the team. LHP Reid Santos is in Buffalo, which is a long ways away from his home in Kaneohe, Hawaii. In this episode, Reid talks about the early part of the season, what he likes to do in his spare time and if there are any good waves he could tackle here in Western New York.

WATCH: The 2008 season is here and the Bisons are ready to take on the rest of the International League. The Voice of the Bisons, Ben Wagner, catches up with pitchers Aaron Laffey and Jeff Harris, and infielder Jordan Brown to talk about what should be an exciting Buffalo team.

WATCH: "the Voice of the Bisons" Ben Wagner show all of us what's new and exciting in Dunn Tire Park this season. From new ballpark foods, great merchandise and special promotions, "The Year of the Bisons Fans" will have something for everyone! Don't forget, the Bisons announced that fridaynightbash! parties will be FREE in 2008 and located on the Dunn Tire Park plaza.

WATCH: "the Voice of the Bisons" Ben Wagner takes us around the ballpark on the team's annual Family Day Open House. From clubhouse and pressbox ours to real baseball action in the batting cages and entertainment from "Buffalo & Brandy," the afternoon had something for everyone. Including great ballpark food!

WATCH: Buster T. Bison do his own stunts. The Bisons' mascot risked it all and went up onto a billboard just off the Kensington Expressway to make sure fans new that Opening day is just around the corner. Don't worry, Buster made it through his heroic journey in one piece.

WATCH: Bisons Manager Torey Lovullo talks about some of the injured players like Brian Slocum, Adam Miller and Brad Snyder who are hoping for a healthy return to Buffalo in 2008. He also discusses the future of Andy Marte and a couple players Bisons' fans will see for the first time this season.

WATCH: Indians Manager Eric Wedge talks about the Tribe's run to the playoffs in 2007 and how the Bisons played a key role in his team's success. Wedge also gives an update on who might be in Cleveland and in Buffalo in 2008.

WATCH: Indians Manager and 2007 American League Manager of the Year Eric Wedge was in town on February 1 for the Bisons annual Hot Stove Luncheon. He addressed a crowd of 300 fans at Pearl Street Grille & Brewery and talked about who might suit up for the Indians and the Herd in 2008.

WATCH: Indians Pitching Coach Carl Willis talks about his annual pitching academy, having a Cy Young Award winner on his staff and who could be on the mound for the Bisons in 2008.