Found December 03, 2012 on
Sports Media Journal:
ESPN announced today that John Kruk will be leaving his studio analyst post to become a member of the broadcast booth for Sunday Night Baseball, joining Dan Shulman and Orel Hershiser. Kruk replaces Terry Francona, who left after one season to become the manager of the Cleveland Indians. Kruk has done fill-in game analyst duty
BEST OF MAXIM
ESPN MLB analyst John Kruk will join the “Sunday Night Baseball” team next season. In other news, former MLBPA leader Marvin Miller and former ESPN college basketball analyst Rick Majerus passed away last week. Kruk Replaces Francona on “SNB”: ESPN announced Monday that Major League Baseball analyst John Kruk will replace the departed Terry Francona on ESPN’s “Sunday...
A Phillies fan favorite will be moving form the studio to the broadcast booth at ESPN for coverage of Sunday Night Baseball this season. Phillies Wall of Famer John Kruk will be providing his commentary this season for ESPN, replacing former Phillies manager Terry Francona.
“It’s a real honor to work with Dan and Orel, and to be front and center on baseball’s biggest game...
The hole in the Sunday Night Baseball announcing lineup caused by Terry Francona leaving to manage the Cleveland Indians has been filled by current ESPN Baseball Tonight analyst John Kruk. Kruk will join the duo of Dan Shulman and Orel Hershiser as the third man in the booth, following in the footsteps of Bobby Valentine and Francona over the past two seasons.
This has the...
John Kruk is following Bobby Valentine and Terry Francona into ESPN's Sunday night baseball booth.
Is he going to emulate them and wind up managing a major league team in 2014?
''I think that is why they are putting me in the booth,'' Kruk said before adding: ''Ain't no chance of that happening.''
A member of ESPN's studio team since...