I think it's one of those good problems, but it's still a problem! Florida Sports reporter Florida State Tricia Whitaker continues to be mercilessly immersed, noting the Rays players who seem to regard the post-game interview as a chance to throw a really large amount of beer and champagne over their heads.
Whitaker saw hair during her wonderful interview with Tyler Glasnov after Tamba Bay hit the spot on Saturday's tight card. She then experienced considerable turmoil when Glasnova was ambushed with a frozen cold beer shower in the middle of a response. This whole scene after the games was the chaos of flying booze:
It was nothing compared to the bath she got on Wednesday after how the Auckland Athletics passed in the Wild Card game to advance to the Divisional Series against the Houston Astros. Whitaker was last seen in the dry state shortly after the game when she interviewed Emilio Pagan on the field. Things seem to have gone to hell quickly. She was already soaked up pretty well, and it was a blink of an eye when the studio show registered for an interview with pitcher Charlie Morton, who won the win on Wednesday night. It was in the midst of this interview that all hell broke loose:
Morton tried to save her from the worst, but to no avail, but Whitaker came forward in front of her question. to the fact that it is now just completely soaked in beer. She continued to catch splashes, talking to Tommy Pham:
Whitaker seemed to have avoided further soaking during conversation with Travis d & # 399; ] but she found herself another direct spray during an interview with Abisaail Garcia in a few minutes:
During her 1945 chat with Kevin Kirmayer had another brief recall, but Whitaker was clearly looking over his shoulder at the adjacent beer shower, feeling in danger. This period of restless calm was soon disrupted when her regular interview was interrupted by someone rudely and intentionally blowing steam or cigar smoke into the shot:
clean interview, one contested interview. Whitecker's conversation with Flight manager Kevin Cash was pure, but subsequent conversations with Austin Meadows showed more soles flying around:
the thing is Whitaker's unwavering professionalism, when our heroine withstands sprays and splashes and pours out directly, following her questions and receiving good answers. Meanwhile, smaller reporters have bribed the way out of such behavior:
The least striking thing is the manners of these damn rays, which are extremely bad. They are like a flock of wild animals that use beer and champagne to cow and terrorize innocent bystanders. Fortunately, Whitaker can derive joy from these shenanigans:
She will be brewing beer from this outfit for the next 18 months.