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MLB Media Notes: Fox' Rays-Marlins Announcers Called "Awkward"
Published June 18, 2012
TAKING A BREAK: ESPN VP/Communications Mike Soltys on Twitter stated that former MLBer Curt Schilling will take a leave of absence from his role as analyst for ESPN's "Baseball Tonight" as he deals with the issues of his company, 38 Studios. The tweet read, "We mutually agreed w/CurtSchilling to take a leave as he works thru his business issues. We expect he will return on air later this season" (SPORTINGNEWS.com, 6/16).