TBS has gotten quite a bit of grief over the years from baseball fans from their postseason coverage. Some of it has been deserved and some of it has been just because the network hasn’t built up the necessary trust and capital with baseball fans over the years. File their Game 1 coverage of the ALDS … - From Awful Announcing
I suppose that makes a lot of sense now as to why the Indians haven’t won a World Series since that year, what with outfielders being fairly important in baseball and everything.
@awfulannouncing I guess Manny Ramirez was just playing a deep second base pic.twitter.com/Lx9iEnKZjq — Andy Sadler (@asadler1) October 7, 2016 Apparently Andrew Miller played for Boston this season… pic.twitter.com/jahzqyQ9wM — King Lester (@TheLesterLee) October 7, 2016 so did my eyes deceive me or not pic.twitter.com/Agtkw7NygV — Deadspin (@Deadspin) October 7, 2016 These issues with the graphics are unfortunately nothing new for TBS, who has a history of not even being able to get the names of their own analysts right sometimes, confusing all-time great shortstops with fast food pioneers.
I hope “Carl” Ripken doesn’t embarrass himself tonight.
pic.twitter.com/nC3gIqbmHZ — flyskimmy (@flyskimmy) October 4, 2016 The TBS production isn’t going unnoticed by baseball fans watching the Indians-Red Sox tilt tonight with the above instances combining with general complaints about the telecast like viewers wanting to see a pitch count or the new massively large scorebug at the top of the screen.
— Dave Lozoctober (@davelozo) October 7, 2016 — Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) October 7, 2016 — Kristen Balboni (@KristenBalboni) October 7, 2016 — Chad Finn (@GlobeChadFinn) October 7, 2016 AwfulAnnouncing.com is a Sports fan web site and is in no way affiliated with any media organization, any professional sports league, team, organization, or its Properties.