According to Kevin Kinkeed crossing broad, NBC Sports Philadelphia He reportedly intends to revive the role of sideline/dugout reporter for Phillies and Sixers home games.
Kinkeed has heard Taryn Hatcher will likely serve as sideline/dugout reporter for both the Phillies and Sixers.
Fan favorite Greg Murphy used to be a field reporter NBC Sports Philadelphia, to fill positions from 2012 to 2020. Murphy was fired after the 2020 season. NBCUniversal We have decided to abolish the role of sideline reporter. Clearly, the parent company is now ready to provide some kind of compromise funding. In a role that only returns to home games.
Murphy—currently in a full-time position phillies radio network — was part of the telecast of all 162 games, filling Tom McCarthy as the occasional play-by-play announcer. It seemed that there was
Still, Citizens Bank Park has a lot to show off, and with the return of home game field reporters, the network will have someone to do post-game interviews on the field. McCarthy and whoever is with him in the booth have been conducting post-match interviews via headsets, but when teammates throw water or sports drinks on interviewed players after a big win, Headsets often break.
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