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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

The Return Of Gammo

The Commissioner is coming back.

My friend Michael forwarded an email to me today that said that Peter Gammons will be on ESPN tomorrow night, which will mark his return to the network after a serious brain aneurysm he suffered in June. He will, of course, be at Fenway.

Peter Gammons will be back on ESPN on Wednesday night.

Gammons, who suffered a brain aneurysm in late June, will be on the 6 p.m. ET edition of SportsCenter and the 7 p.m. ET edition of Baseball Tonight. He will report from Fenway Park.

Gammons isn't returning to work full-time. An ESPN spokesman said that future appearances will be scheduled as Gammons is comfortable
.

It will be good to have Peter back where he belongs. We've missed him.

4 comments:

Peter N said...

This is soooo great! Another gifted Peter...just kidding, but I was praying for his speedy recovery.

Michael Leggett said...

It's a great thing to have Peter Gammons back in the saddle:

ESPN was not the same;

Neither was this summer.

MattySox said...

Nice artice by the Pete on espn.com, in case you missed it..

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