Sean McDonough tired of ESPN’s Aaron Judge circuit-hunting cuts
ESPN announcer Sean McDonough is tired of chasing Aaron Judge.
ESPN has made cuts to its broadcast, even in the midst of other live matches, to ensure viewers have a chance to witness the story of the past two weekends.
During Ole Miss’s call against Kentucky on Saturday, Sean McDonough was not heartbroken after learning the Yankees would be delayed by rain.
« Oh, what a shame », McDonough said sarcastically after hearing that Yankee Stadium was covered in rain.
The Yankees and Orioles ended up playing the game, but Aaron Judge didn’t homer in the Bombers’ 8-0 win. The Yankees superstar has just five games left to break the record.
Previously, as Judge was looking for his 61st homer of the season last week, ESPN interrupted Judge hitting a fly-out while Wake Forest drove a full touchdown against No. 5 Clemson.
Judge hit his 61st homer of the season on Wednesday, which tied Maris’ American League record that has coincidentally stood for 61 years.