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Rob Manfred of MLB shows that he doesn't care much about his fans in streaming trading

Credit Rob Manfred. Many in his position will admit that they don't know what they are doing. 

But that doesn't undermine the reality of not knowing what he's doing. 

Late last week, in his confused speech, Manfred said he couldn't find a sudden monopoly on MLB or sympathized with inaccessible fans. .. Paid streaming partner. 

These deals, mainly on Friday nights and late Sunday mornings, made it impossible to see local baseball teams in the country's largest television market. Fans were often intentionally left behind. Without jumping over the digital hoop. Obviously, money has replaced all other considerations, including the best interests of the game. 

Last week, Manfred admitted that, as he last knew, there were fans who "did not have enough opportunities to do it." -feed. 

He didn't know this was happening. Why did so many people return in March, except for the top man? 

Manfred intends MLB to "especially step into the digital space (streaming) and provide fans with a larger and more flexible opportunity to watch games." I added that I am doing it. 

Do not give any further benefits. 

Rob Manfred

So MLB doesn't know what it's doing. When this starts, we plan to continue it, but more. "Opportunities to watch the game" is by no means an issue, but if MLB continues to receive cuts to kill a match or it costs more to watch, fans will spend more money to watch. increase. 

Therefore, Manfred is not in a wise position to further erode the MLB fan base and maintains this corrosive course. 

Therefore, despite the resistance of the baseball committee, it will do so, as if it remained a baseball fan due to some paranormal phenomenon. 

But these are just the days that look rich to commissioners who don't need sports and don't want fans or customers. Perhaps that is the basic condition of their engagement. 

On ESPN's Manning Brothers television broadcast, PSL Hustler Roger Goodell refused to speak the title of Snoop Dogg's rap song because it could be too vulgar. Please consider. Still, he had already chosen to carry out his XXX acts in front of an estimated 208 million Americans. All in all, I believe Goodell is clearly below his standards of politeness. 

And while the NBA is in urgent need of spectator-to-player social cleansing, from top to bottom, applying additional soap to the oral and "social" messaging areas. , Adam Silver doesn't seem to be so. It tends to be a washcloth. 

Adam Silver
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This week he is very solid and open to the public Should have been a career blame The NBA blames Draymond Green for spitting into a vulgar microphone at the Warriors' victory celebration 

ESPN's gladly edited Judging from the replay of Green's "Speech," it's like a new standard gutter act that we all should love in the NBA scene. 

But if Silver is happy with the continuous descent below the NBA's general obscenity, and he's not the most offensive. If you choose it as part of his legacy, it. But, as Samuel Goldwyn, a pioneer of the movie that grew up in Warsaw, said, "Please include me." 

On the other hand, team owners, those who hire, enable, and enrich these commissioners, do not provide unified national resistance. Imagine their team claiming to stand out like a truly noble civilization in a stadium or arena venue where children and families are treated as customers and given better rights. .. Again, the exact opposite. 

There is no positive side to the direction chosen by the "our" commissioner. Corruption of neglect varieties. 

And while Manfred was quietly signing off as if he was hiding something, he approved a streaming bait transaction that would generate exclusive revenue. Please see the game. 

Ghostrunner and Ghost Viewer. Astonishing. 

Sterling submarines on either side of the quality spectrum

The Yankees will be dysfunctional for another week when it must be the most dysfunctional season in broadcast history. 

It really started off well, with Justin Shackil, a baby-faced Fordham guy, taking part in a public battlefield audition where Sterling started the road game as a sub of John Sterling. Did. 

Shakkil, who worked in Toronto, allowed this listener something that I had been robbed of since Sterling arrived in 1989. wireless. 

He placed the game first, kept it, and stayed on it — like a classic school payer. He never fell in love with the sound of his voice. The main goal of the radio commentator, who acts as our eyes and ears, has been achieved. He was ready, ambitious and very talented. 

The next contestant, Ricky Ricardo, born Jorge Lima Jr., isn't very good at the voice of the Yankees baseball and NFL Eagles veteran radio in Spanish. He worked in the series at Raise. 

Ricardo was serious about his phone and was too enthusiastic. All the pitches, plays and commercials he read were decorated with affected prosperity and dramatic additives, so the low-throw pitches were given annoying, rich and unsuitable emphasis. .. 

Suzyn Waldman didn't help because he repeatedly interfered with him as if he claimed a temporary role as an alpha voice in the broadcast. 

I wondered if Ricardo would be more palatable if Reno didn't choose to sound like a bad lounge act on Ritchie's roadside burp brewed on his approach to Reno. I did. 

Yes, it's time to suffer again from the obvious, ridiculous, untreated observations from Cameron Maybin. From start to finish, Mabin once again shouted for help that YES couldn't or didn't provide. The same mute button rebellion that was applied when Carlos Beltran entered. 

Sampler: Mabin told us after Anthony Rizzo attacked, "Anthony doesn't like to attack." He praised Hicks' "energetic" run as right fielder Manuel Margot was injured after Aaron Hicks was seen again posing on his proud plate on a triple triple away from the wall. .. 

How much does YES charge if you even produce a mediocre television broadcast?

Hmm. I think I was sentenced to a summer sentence trying to understand what was happening in Kyrie Irving's mind when she came to follow Kylie again

. It should continue to occupy the few people who care. 

Kyrie Irving
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Hicks, especially among the teams he manages, it's okay for his "home run" to pose on the home plate while hitting the wall. Why Yankees fans need to worry. 

Former Mets pitcher Jerry Brevins, now SNY Studio Analyst,Francisco Lindor: "Everything you get aggressively from him is his defense. It's a plus because it's done. " With Lindor signing for $ 341 million, Blevins is at a very low level. 

The "reports" of the NBC US Open were hidden behind endless commercials. The USGA is another major golf organization that has sold its soul. The number of Rolex that a man can own. And host / Sakuradan "What a leaderboard". Hicks continues to speak golf cliché instead of English. 

It wasn't surprising that Michel Tafoya, a former NBC Sports regular and now a Republican supporter in Minnesota, was invited to a Dan Le Butterd podcast for a friendly chat, but {120. } Feeled as if she was a victim of his left-wing political "ambush." Le Batard was a self-righteous and intolerant creep while using ESPN. And I'm a registered Democrat — in exile. 

Michelle Tafoya

From some readers, the US Open to All Sports ESPN It's not a PGA event. Hey, I'm still working on ESPN's claim that Bobby Thomson's home run was "a walkoff to win the 1951 NLCS."