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ESPN Has Signed 2 Hosts To Contract Extensions

ESPN host Ashley Brewer at Byron Allen's 4th Annual Oscar Gala to Benefit Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

ESPN host Ashley Brewer at Byron Allen’s 4th Annual Oscar Gala to Benefit Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Just a month ago, it was reported that Neil Everett might be on his way out of ESPN, as contract negotiations hit a snag. After losing one major host in Maria Taylor, it looks like the Worldwide Leader got things worked out with Everett and Ashley Brewer.

As first reported by Sports Business Journal, Everett and Brewer have re-upped with the network. Both will be in the rotation for the 1 a.m. SportsCenter, which broadcasts from Los Angeles.

As a result, Brewer is moving out West, after working from Bristol to this point in her ESPN career. She and Everett will work with Stan Verrett and Linda Cohn on that late-night edition of ESPN’s signature show.

Brewer had been working as the host of the now-ESPN+-based SportsNation. ESPN

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Robert Anthony Cruz surprises father with news he’s just signed with Nats

SEE IT: New Nats signee Robert Anthony Cruz surprises father originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

Turning dreams into reality can be overwhelming for some, particularly those close enough to know the amount of hard work got them there. 

For the father of Robert Anthony Cruz, the emotions were running high. Cruz, the young undrafted free agent who in his Instagram post spoke of agreeing to his first professional contract with the Nationals, made sure to give the news to his father in person. 

Surprising his father with the new Nationals hat Cruz likely received after signing, the two embraced in a proud moment for the dad and quite the touching moment for the sports community to witness. 

Cruz is coming off an All-American senior season in which he boasted a .388 batting average with 45 hits, 11 home runs and 36 RBI out of Biola University in the PacWest.

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