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The St. Louis Cardinals have not played well this season. The team currently sits in last place in the National League Central with a 9-16 record.
The team is in the midst of a three game losing streak and has lost five of its last six games. After suffering a 7-3 loss at the hands of the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday, one of the announcers on the postgame show decided to vent his frustrations.
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During Bally Sports Midwest’s postgame show, studio analyst Al Hrabosky provided a disturbing tip for the team’s announcers.
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«I have a suggestion for the Cardinal announcers,» Hrabosky said Wednesday. «Change rooms, sit on the floor… don’t go up those tall buildings because you might jump off.»
The Cardinals wrap up a four-game series in San Francisco on Thursday before traveling to Los Angeles to play the Dodgers starting Friday.
The Cardinals television broadcast team currently consists of play-by-play announcer Chip Caray and analysts Brad Thompson and Jim Edmonds.
Caray is the son of St. Louis native and legendary Atlanta Braves play-by-play announcer Skip Caray. Chip spent 18 years in the Braves’ broadcast booth. In January, Caray announced that he would take over the Cards’ play-by-play duties beginning in 2023.
Hrabosky did not name any of the Cardinals’ broadcasters, but it was clear he was referring to them.
The studio’s host, Alexa Datt, quickly shot down Hrabosky’s suggestion.
To Datt’s credit, he handled Hrabosky’s crazy suggestion pretty well.
«I don’t think anybody is jumping, Al,» Datt said. «No one has gotten to that point yet. We’re very early in the season. It’s April 25.»
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However, Hrabosky responded to Datt’s rebuttal by saying, «You wouldn’t know that by talking to some of the fans though.»
Miles Mikolas takes the mound Thursday afternoon as the Cardinals look to get back on track. Logan Webb will take over as the Giants’ starting pitcher.