Matt Carpenter struck out in the top of the 5th inning against the Marlins. After he watched the third strike go by he dropped a “shit” that the broadcast microphones picked up very easily. No big deal right? Batters, pitchers, managers, and fans do this all the time. Problem was the Marlins’ broadcast replayed the incident without editing the word out and then apologized when it was clearly audible the first-go-round. Luckily for them, there were probably only about 30 people watching the game.
PGA Tour does the right thing, again.
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Worth keeping an eye on.
Spelling is hard.