April 04, 2018
Former Phillies player and current Phillies broadcaster John Kruk was on hand to call the team's game against the Mets on Wednesday, a contest streamed on Facebook (which pretty much everyone hates so far).
During a rain delay, Kruk discussed what he used to do during rain delays. He implied that he used to, um, let's say have some alone time.
Here is Krukky making the other announcers squirm while forcing some awkward laughter, a treatment usually reserved for Tom McCarthy.
John Kruk, ladies and gentleman pic.twitter.com/xUOei9H18y— Good Fundies is short for Good Fundamentals (@goodfundies) April 4, 2018
I would make a Gape Kapler/coconut oil joke here, but I've been beaten to the punch. What I will say is that Kruk actually totally could have just come right out and said what he used to do during rain delays. The broadcast team pointed out that the FCC doesn't have jurisdiction over Facebook broadcasts.
MLB Network just jokingly pointed out that the FCC has no jurisdiction over Facebook streaming so an F-bomb could be dropped during the broadcast. pic.twitter.com/0qQ4GLg22m— JT Terán (@jt_teran) April 4, 2018
Despite this, so far there have been no F-bombs or explicit descriptions of sexual acts.