- Nick Castellanos was responsible for another embarrassing TV moment after hitting a home run as broadcasters pay tribute to a recently deceased veteran
- The outfielder had previously cut off Thom Brennaman’s on-air apology for homophobic comments when he stepped into the middle of the mea culpa last year.
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Next month, the world will celebrate the first anniversary of the fateful day a hot mic captured former Cincinnati Reds announcer Thom Brennaman, hurling a homophobic slur amid what would be his last game in the booth.
After realizing he was in a doo-doo heap deeper than Mariana Trench, Brennaman attempted to apologize for the comment a few innings later, but his attempt to redeem himself was abruptly cut short when Nick Castellanos hit a drive to deep left field for a home run that made it a 4-0 game and created a Meme Hall of Famer in the first round in the process.
âI am deeply disappointed to hear the allegations from Meghan and Harry. It’s not who we are as a family because there is a push into Nick Castellanos’ deep left field, it will be a home run which will make it a 4-0 game. pic.twitter.com/UURgLz4zAx
– They call me Coach Joe (@josephruscitti) March 8, 2021
âI, Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., solemnly swear that I will faithfully run for President of the United States, and I will do it the best I can because Castellanos is sinking deep into left field and it will be a home run. so that will make it a 4-0 game.
– Liam Quinn (@Liam_D_Quinn) January 20, 2021
âIt was obviously a mistake, and obviously I wouldn’t have done it, I was trying to be a daddy,â added Cruz, because there is a practice in the deep left field of Castellanos and it will be a kick. circuit. And so that will make it a 4-0 ball game. Https://t.co/DZmjxcdc42
– Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) February 19, 2021
Now it looks like we have proof that Castellanos possesses the most useless superpower in the world: the ability to create awkward television by jumping into deep left field at the worst possible time.
In the seventh inning of Monday’s game between the Reds and Royals, the Kansas City broadcast team took time to pay tribute to the father of the team’s equipment manager, a WWII veteran. world recently deceased at the age of 96.
Sadly, they were forced to temporarily suspend the tribute after Castellanos sent a cursor to the stands, which led the announcer to remark, “There is never a good time to praise someone. ‘one during the broadcast’ while apologizing.
Here is the Royals broadcast of Nick Castellanos’ home run.
They were praising someone live on the air when Nick went far down the center-left pitch.
You can’t make that up.
– y (@Nicholaspkirby) July 6, 2021
What a world.