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ESPN Considering A-Rod Version of ‘ManningCast’ For Sunday Night Baseball Next Year

There is no baseball on the horizon as the lockout between MLB and the MLBPA continues in earnest. This means the only relevant thing to talk about is baseball media. That sound you hear is the loud roar of dozens who are excited about this development.

The latest comes from the ever-reliable Andrew Marchand, who reports ESPN is thinking about trying to transition the success of the ManningCast to its MLB broadcasts. Specifically, the network is considering giving Alex Rodriguez his own version of the ManningCast for Sunday Night Baseball. Per the New York Post:

ESPN is considering a Manningcast-type broadcast for Alex Rodriguez as it reshuffles its “Sunday Night Baseball” coverage, The Post has learned.

It is not yet clear how the alternative broadcasts would be presented and how many there would be. The Mannings, for example, only do 10 of the 17 weeks of “Monday Night Football.”

Rodriguez spent this past season as the color commentator for ESPN’s marquee MLB broadcast every week.

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