Another name can be taken off the run for the role of play-by-play announcer for the St. Louis Cardinals.
MLB Network’s Greg Amsinger, the rumored replacement for Dan McLaughlin, won’t be heading to the booth after signing a new deal with MLB Network.
Amsinger announced the news on ESPN 101 last week. opening drive.
My contract with MLB Network ends on January 1st, and I’ve had a lot to think about over the past few days. However, I am happy to report that on Friday I have signed a four-year deal to remain with MLB Network and continue the show.
Amsinger also seems to have given some serious thought to the Cardinals’ job at Bally Sports Midwest.
I’m not going home That’s what I thought. The answer is yes. Growing up being a play-by-play guy for the Cardinals when you’re a St. Louis guy is a dream job.It’s one of the best jobs in the industry. But at this stage in my life and career, what I’m doing now is very special to me. It is also my dream job. The people I work with are like family to me. A unique gig that allows you to use your live skills in a very unique way. Excited. i love where i am. But I am humbled to hear that all his Cardinals fans would like to hear from me on this topic. I will stay on MLB Network for the next four years, but I’m not going to be the cardinals play his play his play his guy.
Alright, that’s it for sure!
Amsinger hosts a variety of programming across the MLB network. MLB TonightHe joined the network in 2009 and has been on the air for over a decade since then.
When it comes to the Cardinals, Amsinger is the latest broadcaster to decline to run to succeed McLaughlin. Joe Buck turned down the team last month, but Bob Costas said he wasn’t interested in the role. said he was not interested.