The Legends of Nightmares happened during a Diamondbacks game on Apple TV + MLB?

The true story of Friday Night’s coverage of baseball on Apple TV+ between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Chicago Cubs was truly a legend of nightmares, at least for those who watch it. According to Katie Nolan, Cliff Floyd and Stephen Nelson, the racing legend of the Dbacks was the true legend of the nightmares. Katie would have liked their “necks to be shorter” or so “runners can’t see.” This is just one of the many issues that have plagued this coverage. There are a lot of comments on Twitter about this coverage. Think negative publicity is still good publicity?

Heidi Watney often sounded like a robot because of the sound issues I suppose? Bias toward the Cubs was evident as Stephen Nelson mocked Daulton Varsho’s pennants. You must have an Apple account to be able to watch Diamondbacks vs Cubs, and if you do, the viewing is free. However, this takes a lot of work, as you now have to worry about when to play games on Bally Sports, Fox Sports, MLB Network, ESPN, Peacock, and Apple TV+. I seriously doubt that people will want to do that.

Cliff Floyd needed help saying the lines, and Katie Nolan was making fun of his struggles. Steven Nelson kept mispronouncing the players’ names and then laughing at them. To his credit, at least he owned it. The entire broadcast seemed incredibly slanted towards the cubs or just nonsense. Of course, that was when they were actually talking about the game or the teams. Often times, they would get lost in their conversations and miss the plays that were happening.

When Christian Walker was running off the bat, the announcers felt they needed to point out how Walker gives them “country vibes” and almost missed the fact that he got the running score.

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