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“It’s Not The Most Comforting Time To Be In This Ballpark”: Sports Broadcasters React To Experiencing the Virginia Earthquake
Tuesday afternoon’s earthquake in Virginia left its impact from the entire Eastern seaboard and deep into the midwest. Both nationally-televised sports events — the Mariners-Indians game in Cleveland and the Little League World Series matchup between Rhode Island and the Netherlands — were in the zone affected by the quake. Here’s how the radio and television broadcasters reacted when the earth shook.
Tim Lincecum told ESPN’s Karl Ravech that he hoped there was a lot of “beer flowing” and “smoke in the air” following the Giants World Series win last night.