What’s the Jersey interview about… ESPN fires veteran reporter for swearing at fellow reporter

ESPN fired a reporter for swearing at a colleague in a heated competition for coverage.

ESPN announced on the 27th (Korean time), “MLB New York Yankees reporter Marley Rivera is no longer working for ESPN.”

Rivera got 메이저놀이터into an altercation with freelance journalist Yvonne Gaetti while interviewing Yankees slugger Aaron Judge while covering the Yankees vs. Los Angeles Angels game at Yankees Stadium on the 19th. They both tried to interview Judge first.

According to the New York Post, Rivera scheduled an interview with Judge in advance, but Gaetti ignored it and attempted to interview Judge.

Rivera said that when Gaetti kept trying to interview Judge, he made a swear word starting with the letters ‘f’ and ‘c’. This scene was fully recorded.

At the time, Judge was signing autographs for fans.

In the aftermath of the scandal, ESPN fired Rivera.

Rivera is a veteran journalist who has worked for ESPN for 13 years.

It is known that Gaetti is in charge of covering Shohei Otani for a Japanese broadcast.

Gaetti is also the wife of MLB’s vice president of communications.

“I take full responsibility for what I shouldn’t have said,” Rivera said. “There were extenuating circumstances, but they are in no way an excuse for my actions.”

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