Who’s going to lose their job over this?

ESPN shot their load with the All-Star rosters and now they’re paying for it.

Because they announced the roster list before the MLB-imposed time limit, MLB will not allow ESPN’s Baseball Tonight to broadcast live from San Francisco. Instead, they will be doing the show from their studios in Bristol, Connecticut. They will be allowed to have a one-hour show before the homerun derby.

In a obligatory statement, ESPN promises the “same in-depth All-Star coverage they have come to expect.”

Good luck with that.


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