Originally written August 25, 2013 on Awful Announcing:
ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball is broadcasting the Dodgers-Red Sox game in Los Angeles tonight.  Multiple reports from the stadium have said ESPN analyst John Kruk was taken from the broadcast booth due to some kind of medical situation and will not call the game tonight. John Kruk was just taken from the press box here. He won't be calling the game tonight for ESPN. He was conscious and responsive. — Jimmy Bramlett (@JimmyBramlett) August 25, 2013 ESPN's John Kruk was just taken from the press box at Dodger Stadium on a stretcher. He was conscious. — Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) August 25, 2013 We'll have more on this situation as it develops. UPDATE: At the open of the ESPN broadcast, Dan Shulman said Kruk was "under the weather."  Another reporter from the stadium, Helene Elliot of the LA Times, says Kruk suffered a problem related to diabetes: ESPN analyst John Kruk needed medical attention before the game and a gurney was called. He's diabetic and apparently suffered a (more) — Helene Elliott (@helenenothelen) August 26, 2013 problem related to that. He was said to be talking and sitting up as medical personnel attended to him at Dodger Stadium — Helene Elliott (@helenenothelen) August 26, 2013
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