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Posts Tagged ‘MLB All-Star Game.’

MLB slow in announcing future All-Star games

 

(courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

It has been known for sometime that the 2014 MLB All-Star Game has been awarded to the New York Mets and Citi Field.

Beyond that, who knows where the next games will be.

The 2014 game might go to the Minnesota Twins and Target Field. Every American League team with the exception of Tampa Bay has hosted an All-Star Game since the Twins hosted in 1985 at the Metrodome.

Baseball has been alternating leagues hosting the All-Star Game. But they may get away from that to get all of the newer stadiums in the rotation starting in 2015.

 

 

Surprisingly, Andrews leaves ESPN for Fox Sports

Erin Andrews at 2010 USC-Oregon (photo by Neon Tommy, Y2kcrazyjoker4 via wikipedia commons)

A fan favorite has left ESPN.

34-year-old Maine native, Erin Andrews, who covered numerous sports for the network since 2004. She was the sideline reporter for college football and basketball.

The University of Florida graduate will be working for Fox Sports this fall, as a Hostess/Reporter for their new college football coverage for 2012.

Andrews will host a 30 minute College Football pregame show on Fox and she will be a sideline reporter/contributor for MLB and NFL telecasts. She will make her debut at the MLB All-Star Game on July 10, 2012 as a sideline reporter covering the American League All-Stars in that game.

 

Info compiled from Fox Sports, Radio & TV news

Brewers’ Braun given hefty contract extension

 

Ryan Braun in 2008 (photo by The Dana files & UCinternational via wikipedia commons)

Milwaukee Brewers Left fielder Ryan Braun, a fan-favorite, has been given a five-year, $105 million contract extension with the team. The deal includes a $10 million signing bonus and an additional option year worth up to $20 million.

The contract to Braun is the longest sign of commitment to any player in the franchise’s long history. Braun has earned it.

He has been elected to start in the MLB All-Star Game the past three years and is one of only five players to hit 125 homers and have a .300 batting average over his first four years.

The 27-year-old is a native of Mission Hills, California. He is of Jewish descent and was inducted into the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in January of 2010.

Braun was named the National League Rookie of the Year in 2007.

Braun played his college ball at the University of Miami.

 

 

compiled from staff, MLB & Milwaukee Brewers news