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Last night’s Game 6 of the World Series was one of the most dramatic (if not best-played) baseball games ever. If you’re a baseball fan in general, those last few innings were a sight to behold. If you’re a Cardinals fan, the game provided multiple memories to savor for a lifetime. And if you’re a Texas Rangers fan, you’ve probably spent the entire time since David Freese’s walkoff home run punching yourself in the head in an attempt to induce short-term memory loss. And that premature text alert above isn’t helping matters.
Lost amid the hubbub surrounding the announcement Fox had secured rights to air UFC matches was how unbelievably awkward that announcement ended up being.
Fox is set for a 1 p.m. press conference today, and many are speculating that it’s too announce a deal with UFC, which would be one of the biggest deals in the history of either company.
If you’ve listened to Joe Buck call a baseball game recently, you know something’s not right. In a recent interview, we learned just how not right things were.
Well, that was unexpected. Amidst initial speculation that legendary NBC Sports executive Dick Ebersol’s stepping down would end NBC’s Olympics dominance, today NBC won the bidding for Olympics TV rights again.
Today in Switzerland, Fox made the first bid for Olympics television rights…and some think the network is primed to win the Games.
Gus Johnson talked about his tough decision to leave CBS, and the impact his departure has had on his life.
Derek Jeter Will Apparently Be Playing The Part Of Ryan Howard In Today’s Production Of Yanks V. Red Sox
Viewers of today’s Yankees/Red Sox game were treated to a bit of a production snafu on FOX’s part, when Yankee captain Derek Jeter was labeled as “Ryan Howard” in the on-deck circle.
After his interview on FOX, Mike Missanelli thought his microphone was off, so he didn’t realize he was on air when he started using some…colorful language.