When Erin Andrews left ESPN for Fox Sports, she did so for one reason – to talk. As the lead female broadcaster for the network, Andrews not only does studio work but will do sideline/celebration work when the time comes. She did it last year during the World Series and NLCS and things were no different this year.
One of her famed positions is on the temporary stage that the network sets up to present the World Series trophy, which MLB Commissioner Bud Selig hands out to the owner(s) of the franchise. He also will often say something extremely boring and awkward, trying to get the microphone out of his face quickly as possible as its clearly not his specialty.
I say often, because tonight he apparently had desires to keep the microphone, despite Andrews best attempt to get her prized possession back. As she leaned in to grab it, starting to tug it away, Selig refused to give her the microphone back, much to her shock as she stepped away letting Selig hang onto the device.
Guess she had enough of the microphone reach around.