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ESPN Hires Sean McDonough To Replace Mike Tirico On MNF
ESPN has hired Sean McDonough to replace Mike Tirico as the voice of Monday Night Football. Per Yardbarker...
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For McDonough, who became the broadcast TV voice of the Boston Red Sox in 1988 and then the World Series at CBS in 1992, it’s a vindication of sorts after he left CBS in 1999. McDonough joined ESPN in 2000 after working for the Worldwide Leader in the early 1990’s and bided his time calling golf, college baseball, college basketball and college football and selected MLB games until he got the opportunity to be lead announcer on a premier sports property once again.
Here's what McDonough said per his ESPN announcement...
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“One of my favorite memories of my childhood was watching Monday Night Football with my Dad, who I know is smiling down on me today. I am humbled and deeply honored to have the opportunity to be a part of the most iconic franchise in the history of sports television.”
Here's a boring interview with him...

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hogNsinceReagan97 months
1:37 into video. I think something is living in the back of his head..... Should probably get that checked out. Seriously, you could ice skate on that thing... 1&1/2 heads are better than 1. Must have skulliosis. His mom must have been tiiight.
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For years I've been saying this guy is underrated. Sean McDonough is my favorite PBP guy. This is an example of persistence paying off. His call of Warren Morris's home run was perfect.
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mr bunion97 months
After the Spike Lee invite to the booth on MNF for NO/Atlanta game, Tirico can eat shite. This is a GREAT move.
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Nix to Twillie97 months
Sean's great. One of the best. Will never forget his call of Morris's home run.
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Whiznot97 months
ESPN started by running off talent now talent is jumping ship.
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MegaTiger397 months
Going to miss him calling College Football
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