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It’s no secret Fox baseball analyst Tim McCarver makes a few mistakes on his broadcasts — we highlighted many of them earlier this season. But it’s rare to find him proven wrong mere moments after he makes a baseless claim, as happened Wednesday night when Detroit’s Brandon Inge pulled a home run to left field… right after McCarver said he’d definitely not do that.
It was apt for a national TV audience (who hadn’t already mentally tuned him out) to see McCarver in action, but don’t expect him to be replaced any time soon — remember, this is the same company that puts Joe Buck on every major broadcast.
Video from Fox.
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