I mean, we assume he did…based on what his friends and family told us.” But, then April rolled around, and that same limelight that came along with all that once-welcomed attention began burning Jarrod’s retinas.
They destroyed him like a poorly positioned light tower shining in his eyes while he attempted to throw out base-runners swiping second.
The show ran from 2005 to 2008, at which time Felger left at the end of his contract.
He moved on as an online columnist and fill-in host for Boston sports radio station WEEI while continuing his television work on Comcast Sports Net New England.
So here is my nod to the folks who used to watch CBS football with Brent Musburger and Jimmy the Greek. Now you can catch her on the sideline with the mic in her hand. I could be biased here because I saw her in person. She has moved on from sideline work to more hosting.Watney responded via Twitter by questioning Felger's work ethic and integrity, and most media critics reprimanded Felger for being unprofessional.Back in February, Jarrod Saltalamacchia was receiving a lot more than just pitches on some backfield of the Fort Myers spring training facility.Suddenly, people are avoiding Jarrod like he is an adulterer living in Puritan New England.His teammates have distanced themselves from him, manager Terry Francona is no longer writing him into the lineup as frequently and, perhaps worst of all, women refuse to talk to him in social situations—even when he uses fellow teammates as wingmen.