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AA’s top @ClippitTV videos of the week: Eduardo Perez remembers Jose Fernandez

This article is sponsored by Clippit. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from a handful of live TV broadcasts and share them on social media. Eduardo Perez gets emotional remembering Jose Fernandez on ESPN Sunday was an absolutely heartbreaking day in the sports world, as we lost one of baseball’s best young stars at the age of 24 in Miami...
Via Awful Announcing
September 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Eduardo Perez gives excellent, heartfelt remembrance of Jose Fernandez

The tragic passing of Marlins ace Jose Fernandez is understandably the news of the day. Fernandez, just 24, died early Sunday morning following a boating accident in Miami. The news of his death broke shortly after 9 a.m. on Sunday morning, and SportsCenter immediately pivoted its programming to cover the tragedy. As part of that coverage, ESPN brought on an emotional Eduardo Perez...
Via Awful Announcing
September 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: ESPN’s Eduardo Perez remembers Jose Fernandez

Sunday morning, Miami Marlins star pitcher Jose Fernandez was tragically killed in a boating accident at age 24. The news rocked the sports world and many have begun sharing their emotional tributes ESPN baseball analyst Eduardo Perez was one who discussed Fernandez and his tragic passing on-air after the news broke. It was a powerful scene as Perez remembered the former Rookie...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 25, 2016

Joey Cora: Hispanic managerial candidates do not get fair look in MLB hiring process

Former Chicago White Sox bench coach and longtime major leaguer Joey Cora believes that Hispanic candidates don’t get a fair look when teams are looking for new managers. Cora told ESPN’s Max y Marly on Friday that there are plenty of qualified Hispanic coaches who would be capable managers, but they don’t get a fair look when teams are hiring. “When you have a Sandy Alomar...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Jon Sciambi just can’t catch a break

Poor Jon Sciambi. The veteran ESPN play-by-play man seems to be the foil for Wednesday Night Baseball analysts Rick Sutcliffe and Eduardo Perez. During last night’s Detroit-Kansas City telecast, there was a short feature in which Sutcliffe asked Royals pitcher Wade Davis “If I were to get into a fight with Jon Sciambi, who would win?” Davis’ reply set off Sutcliffe and Perez...
Via Awful Announcing
April 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Al Leiter, Eduardo Perez, and Preston Wilson to Join Miami Marlins Broadcast Booth

According to Barry Jackson at the Miami Herald, the Miami Marlins have finally found the voice to replace Tommy Hutton’s in the broadcast booth. However, instead of the voice, it will be voices. After letting go of fan favorite Hutton for a myriad of “That’s So Marlins” reasons, it was mostly silent regarding who would be working alongside play-by-play guy Rich Waltz. Today...
Via Baseball Essential
February 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Cuban wrestlers prepare to face US in Times Square

NEW YORK (AP) Invited to take part in an exhibition against the U.S. in Times Square, top Cuban wrestlers quickly received approval from their government to make the trip. Traveling abroad to competitions is nothing new for the country's elite athletes, but now they are hopeful far more opportunities will open up. In December, the United States and Cuba moved to restore diplomatic...
Via Associated Press
May 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Adios Cabbie, it was fun … until it wasn’t

Back in 2006, the Indians had the bright idea of a first base platoon of Ben Broussard and the 36-year old right-handed free agent signee Eduardo Perez. All credit to the great Anthony Castrovince, now of MLB.com and formerly at Indians.com, who came up with perhaps the greatest nickname in baseball platoon history: Benuardo. The Benuardo experience left us all hollow. Perez lasted...
Via Waiting For Next Year
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

ESPN experimented with an MLB pregame show on Monday

Fans tuning in to ESPN2 at 4:30 on Monday had something unexpected on their television screens – Baseball Tonight All-Access. The pregame show was announced with relatively short notice, but was put together pretty well. Adnan Virk, Eduardo Perez, and Aaron Boone had a desk on the field, and Tim Kurkjian served in his usual role as a roving reporter. The All-Access idea largely...
Via Awful Announcing
April 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Astros hire Brock to coach 1st base

The Houston Astros have hired Tarrik Brock as their first base coach, replacing Eduardo Perez, who will not return for the upcoming season. Pat Listach, who was hired to coach first base in October, will instead be Houston's third base coach. The 40-year-old Brock worked for the past seven seasons as the minor league outfield and baserunning coordinator in the Marlins organization...
Via Associated Press
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss
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