Erin Andrews has officially made the leap from ESPN to FOX Sports, and it won't take long for fans to see her in action.
Andrews will make her FOX Sports debut during the MLB All-Star Game on July 10, according to FOX Sports vice president of communications Dan Bell. She will serve as the field/dugout reporter for the American League.
Bell also announced on Twitter Monday that Andrews will host FOX Sports' new college football pregame show that begins Sept. 1, and will work on the network's coverage of the MLB, NFL and other major sporting events.
This is a big catch for FOX Sports, as Andrews has become one of the most recognizable faces in the business. In fact, it's a homecoming of sorts, considering Andrews worked for FOX Sports Florida in 2000. She eventually achieved stardom while at ESPN, though — a stint that began in 2004.
Photo via Twitter/@ErinAndrews
Uh oh. Not again.
The comments Dusty [Baker] made clearly disappoint me and are attacking my integrity. The All-Star experience is too important to let anything stand in the way of a decision like that.
–Tony LaRussa, manager of the National League team, responding to criticism over leaving Johnny Cueto off the NL roster
Something tells me that wasn't supposed to happen that way.