Found September 30, 2013 on Sports Media Watch:
PLAYERS: Mark DeRosa
TEAMS: Toronto Blue Jays
Most of the CBS NFL studio team will hit the road in Week 6. In other news, ESPN has parted ways with racing announcer Marty Reid, and the Blue Jays’ Mark DeRosa will serve as […]
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