A's Ramon Laureano Dropped An F-Bomb Live On ESPN During In-Game Interview
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I find it odd teams are letting their players do in-game interviews while they're on the field during the MLB playoffs, let alone an elimination game, but they're doing it. During Thursday's White Sox vs. A's Wild Card Game 3, Oakland's Ramon Laureano dropped an f-bomb On ESPN while being interviewed while on the field playing...

(The Big Lead)
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One word: Ratings. People loved this when they've done it during the All-Star games. MLB is just trying to up the entertainment value of their product... for the 12 people who are watching.
Reply2 months
It's called dumbing down America. They new and probably hoped that would happen. They want that to be legal on every show. So now they can say. "Hey they say it on football and baseball games. Why not The Big Bang Theory".
Reply2 months
They new. They new.
2 months
"It's called dumbing down America." "They new"
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