TBS' newest analyst didn't hold back on mound, won't in booth
On Tuesday, TBS introduced
But, on my mother's grave, I said this is a good opportunity, I think I'm gonna take it. They said just be you, we're not going to make you into something you're not. I interviewed with ESPN and they didn't give me the time of day afterward. They caught wind I was coming to TBS, and they sent me an e-mail that said you're not going to work out for us, but it was two months after [the interview] and all of a sudden I get an email from them? That's kind of lame and just goes to show what they're like. Just funny how those things work. When I went to do an interview with [ESPN] just to see what I was capable of doing, I was on the desk and the camera didn't really faze me. They wanted me to look right in the camera and almost be a robot. TBS said make it look like you're having a conversation, look at
I'm just an ex-athlete giving my two cents into the baseball world. I guess I'm "a member of the media." But I'm not afraid to say I'm sorry, not afraid to admit when I'm wrong. A lot of media are and that's what separates me from them.