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Joe Buck tried to convince Vin Scully to take his World Series spot

If Joe Buck had his way, the late, great Vin Scully would have taken Buck’s spot in the broadcast booth to call the World Series.  “If he showed up ever and said, ‘I’ll do an inning,’ I would have been in the lunchroom watching it,” Buck told The Athletic’s “Sports Media” podcast Wednesday, after Scully passed away Tuesday at the age of 94.  Scully, the voice of the Dodgers for 67 years, called three World Series during his time working for NBC Sports. Buck — who has called 23 World Series for FOX — said he even tried to “go through intermediaries”...
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Look: Joe Buck, Wife Michelle Go Viral Wednesday Night

Joe Buck continues to get more ingrained in ESPN's culture. Wednesday night, the longtime Fox Sports play-by-play announcer made his debut at The ESPYS in Los Angeles. Buck was joined at the red carpet event by his wife, longtime sports reporter Michelle Beisner-Buck. Beisner-Buck has worked for ESPN for several...
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Twitter Reacts to Hearing Joe Davis Instead of Joe Buck Call the MLB All-Star Game

Fans tuning into the 2022 MLB All-Star Game experienced what can only be described as the unfamiliar: a very high-profile baseball game on FOX that did not feature the voice of Joe Buck. It's now obvious that this was an overlooked side effect of Buck and Troy Aikman being lured away from FOX by ESPN. The voice that has called the last 24 World Series is no longer doing baseball. Last night was the first time that FOX or viewers had a chance to miss Buck and judging by Twitter, many did.
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Joe Buck Is Trending During MLB All-Star Game Tonight

The Major League Baseball All-Star game is currently airing on Fox and longtime play-by-play man Joe Buck is nowhere to be found. Buck left Fox to become the new NFL play-by-play man over at ESPN, where he and his longtime partner Tory Aikman will call Monday Night Football. With the move to ESPN, Buck is no longer the play-by-play lead for Fox.
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Joe Buck reveals FOX made interesting offer to him

Joe Buck this offseason left his longtime broadcasting home at FOX to join his partner Troy Aikman at ESPN. Before he decided to make the change, Buck says he was approached by FOX with an interesting offer. Buck spoke with “The Dan LeBatard Show with Stugotz” on Sunday from the...
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Joe Buck didn’t think Tom Brady Fox pairing was ‘completely realistic’ before ESPN move

Joe Buck chose the bird in the hand as opposed to the goat in the pasture. Buck spoke with Meadowlark Media’s Jon “Stugotz” Weiner and Mike Ryan in Tahoe over the weekend. Buck and Troy Aikman have left Fox Sports for ESPN. Buck was asked about Tom Brady joining Fox Sports (on a deal The Post’s Andrew Marchand reported as being worth 10 years and a total of $375 million) when he eventually retires. “They floated that to me before I left, and I didn’t think it was completely realistic,” Buck said of potentially being paired with Brady, who presumably...
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