During a Major League Baseball (MLB) game, a caster was hit in the forehead by a foul ball.
John Sterling covers the New York Yankees. He broadcasts Yankees games on the radio and in real time to fans. On the 11th, it’s no different. The Yankees had beaten the Boston Red Sox 3-1.
But with two outs in the top of the ninth inning, a dangerous situation arose. Boston’s Justin Turner swung at a pitch, and the ball sailed behind home plate. It was a foul ball. But the ball sailed into the broadcast box and hit Sterling Caster in the forehead. Sterling let out a series of “oops, oops, oops,” but he wasn’t hurt. “I don’t think I’m going to go on the DL,” Sterling assured him.스포츠토토
Sterling Castor is a living testament to American professional sports. Born in 1938, he made his “debut” as a radio sportscaster 53 years ago in 1970, calling National Basketball Association (NBA) games. He specialized in the Yankees from 1989 onward, calling 5060 consecutive games until 2019.