Fred McGriff Has Stunning Admission During ESPN Interview

Kenny Mayne interviewing Fred McGriff.

Kenny Mayne interviewing Fred McGriff.

Kenny Mayne’s final episode of SportsCenter at ESPN was as entertaining as it gets. While most fans were captivated by Aaron Rodgers’ comments about his situation with the Green Bay Packers, others were shocked when they heard what former MLB star Fred McGriff had to tell Mayne.

McGriff, who was a five-time All-Star and three-time Silver Slugger during his MLB career, used to be at the forefront of a commercial for Tom Emanski’s Baseball World Defensive Drills video. That advertisement often played on ESPN, so it’s only fitting that Mayne asked about McGriff’s role in it.

To the surprise of many, McGriff revealed that he’s never actually seen the defensive drills video that he was endorsing years ago.

“I am going to reveal this to the nation. Honestly, I’ve never seen the video in my life,” McGriff told Mayne. “OK, you know what I’m saying?

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Husky football great Fred Forsberg, a family man and a fearless enforcer, dies at 76

By the time he died on Jan. 26, Fred Forsberg was no longer six-plus feet of unfiltered ferocity. His knees were shot. His memory was muddled. His body was irreparably busted, mangled by the love of an unmerciful game.

“You name a health issue, and he probably had it going on,” his son, Jeff Forsberg, told The Times this week.

Forsberg — who his Husky teammates lovingly called “Fantastic Freddie” — died at age 76, primarily of heart failure.

The same heart never failed him on a football field.

“He was unique — just a larger-than-life character, out of a comic book almost,” said Jeff, who added that his father’s death was not COVID-related. “He was tough as nails. Just loved — loved — the game. He had tons of health problems later on in life, mostly caused by the game. His last three years, there was memory loss. We

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