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Im not sure if all teams do this but I follow the Reds twitter handle and throughout the game they will post videos of homeruns, webgems, and after the game a recap of all highlights including pitching highlights which are even more rare on ESPN. Thankfully I dont miss anything now
Per a handful of Twitter accounts, Fox Sports 1 mocked ESPN's Tim Tebow obsession in a presentation about the new network today.
Michael McCarthy (SportzBizUSA.com): Fox Sports 1 mocks ESPN's Tim Tebow obsession by showing robot repeating "Tim Tebow, Tim Tebow, Tim Tebow" at its upfront presentation.
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Joking on ESPN could possibly be a great starting point for another network. Just please, whatever you do, No Tom Arnold!
This is a good thing if it comes to fruition. As good as ESPN can be, it needs competition to keep it at its best. And I think ESPN has many ways in which it could improve.
Walk softly but carry a big stick
I subscribe to MLB.TV, so I get to see everything. But to use the Braves as an example, it's frustrating for the fans when someone like Kimbrel is having a phenomenal season and the national media pays little to no attention because he doesn't wear pinstripes.
That's one of the more disappointing parts of ESPN going SportsCenter crazy. ESPNEWS used to be highlights on loop 24/7, now it's dominated by SportsCenter while ESPN is showing its mid-afternoon shows (CFB Live, OTL, PTI, etc).
With all that said, it's doubtful that having another network will change the Yankees/Sox/Heat/Lakers dominance in national sports coverage.
Understatement of the year.
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