Some would be broadcasters have likened the experience to ‘speed dating’, spending a little time to try and get to know a job and then on...
If only this film had been made 10 to 15 years ago when Mays could have been a more active participant in telling his story.
On-screen graphics and gimmicks add to the viewing experience, acting essentially as a reference -- or reward -- for watching the team every night.
Sometimes, having a microphone in place at the right moment finds and distributes news.
Nothing helps create better content than the absurd.
'MLB Sunday Leadoff' feels like meeting up with an old friend while 'Friday Night Baseball' has been more like going on a blind date.
By not sending Vasgersian and his fellow broadcasters on the road with the team, the Angels are betraying the trust that fans have in the telecast.
Thanks to Enrique Hernandez and Joey Votto, ESPN appeared to come up with something fresh and exciting by putting microphones on players in the field.
"Kay-Rod" debuts with the New York Yankees versus the Boston Red Sox. Hopefully, they explore the space they're given and talk about A-Rod's compelling history within...
“I think Bristol, Connecticut [is what I would’ve done]. That was actually my plan."