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ESPN looking to remove Jessica Mendoza from Sunday Night Baseball

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2 minutes ago, Moan4Yoan said:

She’s terrible.  And in the future, ESPN, please do not add female softball players to broadcasts just to be PC.

I have no problem with a woman on the broadcasts; I just think she was bad in general.

Men certainly are bias against women announcers for unwarrented reasons - for example, everyone hates on Doris Burke and Doris is fine and she really understands the game and her knowledge is shown. Mendoza was just a players apologist who did this acting as a "friend" to players and not an analyst. She's also a moron who promoted cheating.

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I hope ESPN decides to remove themselves from Sunday Night Baseball. It's still going to be a miserable broadcast. 

Easily the best perk of being a fan of a team no one else gives a shit about. 

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1 hour ago, Moan4Yoan said:

She’s terrible.  And in the future, ESPN, please do not add female softball players to broadcasts just to be PC.

Yes, please have only Ex-MLB women. 

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8 minutes ago, Look at Ray Ray Run said:

I actually kind of like A-Rod.

He is pretty dull to me.   Wouldn't care if they were all replaced

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11 minutes ago, Blackout Friday said:

Yes, please have only Ex-MLB women. 

Exactly my point.  They don’t have to have a woman on their cast just to fill a quota.  But I guess if they feel they have to, there’s always Jennie Finch.

But I’m not so sure about canning Mendoza in relation to the cheating scandal.  They already have the biggest cheater on the crew, A-Roid afterall.

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I guess I am out of touch since I have no clue who she is.  Of course that could be because I rarely have watched ESPN since over 30 years ago when I was in college and most of us would watch Sportscenter religiously. 

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4 hours ago, YouCanPutItOnTheBoardYES! said:

Jon Miller and Joe Morgan were the best broadcast duo for Sunday night baseball.

Without a doubt!!

 

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4 hours ago, YouCanPutItOnTheBoardYES! said:

Jon Miller and Joe Morgan were the best broadcast duo for Sunday night baseball.

 

4 minutes ago, Soxsi75 said:

Without a doubt!!

 

Joe Morgan was complete horseshit

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5 hours ago, mqr said:

I hope ESPN decides to remove themselves from Sunday Night Baseball. It's still going to be a miserable broadcast. 

Easily the best perk of being a fan of a team no one else gives a shit about. 

ESPN has always sucked at covering Major League Baseball. Remember when they used to have the first round of the playoffs? Never forget the ridiculously biased broadcast that overrated clown Chris Berman performed in the Boston series against us in 2005. He's an admitted New Englander and his performance in broadcasting that series was disgustingly unprofessional in his favoritism for the Red Sox.  He actually even said "oh no," as Uribe's grounder went through Graffanino's legs!!

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Just now, Soxsi75 said:

Why do you think so?

 

Because he constantly called the players by the wrong name

Awful Announcing used to have a field day with him

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2 minutes ago, soxfan49 said:

Because he constantly called the players by the wrong name

Awful Announcing used to have a field day with him

Yeah, you might have a point there, as I kind of remember that. I think he knew the game well though, even if he didn't always know the players. 

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23 minutes ago, Soxsi75 said:

ESPN has always sucked at covering Major League Baseball. Remember when they used to have the first round of the playoffs? Never forget the ridiculously biased broadcast that overrated clown Chris Berman performed in the Boston series against us in 2005. He's an admitted New Englander and his performance in broadcasting that series was disgustingly unprofessional in his favoritism for the Red Sox.  He actually even said "oh no," as Uribe's grounder went through Graffanino's legs!!

How about Joe Buck and his comment, “how do these things happen” when we played the Astros in the World Series?

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18 minutes ago, hi8is said:

How about Joe Buck and his comment, “how do these things happen” when we played the Astros in the World Series?

Yeah, good call. That one too. I guess all the national announcers were against us!

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I have no problem with a woman there but I think the double role with the mets is problematic as she is biased there. If she was just an advisor it might be ok, but as I understand she works there more like in a full time capacity.

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37 minutes ago, Dominikk85 said:

I have no problem with a woman there but I think the double role with the mets is problematic as she is biased there. If she was just an advisor it might be ok, but as I understand she works there more like in a full time capacity.

absolutely. It was insane either side allowed that.

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