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Posts Tagged ‘Brian Cashman’

Rick Reichmuth and Brian Cashman Rappel Down 22-Story Building on ‘Fox & Friends’

This morning on “Fox & Friends,” FNC chief meteorologist Rick Reichmuth and New York Yankees executive Brian Cashman teamed up for the second year in a row to rappel 350 feet down the Landmark Building in Stamford, CT. (Cashman, a Connecticut resident, was doing a “practice run” ahead of the weekend, when he’ll rappel down the building at Stamford’s “Heights of Lights” celebration.)

The pair talked shop on the way down before being interrupted by a “surprise” visitor (hint: he’s a Christmas-themed cartoon character), and from there, everything went downhill, leading the F&F anchors in the studio to wonder, “Is anyone in control?” Watch:


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Boxing To Get 3D Treatment On ESPN's Friday Night Fights

You can add boxing to the list of sports that have received the 3D treatment.

ESPN 3D will broadcasting boxing for the first time in 3D on Feb. 18 with ESPN’s Friday Night Fights from Salisbury, Md.

Joe Tessitore and Teddy Atlas will call the action ringside. Tessitore is a 3D veteran as he called several college football games last season for ESPN, including the BCS National Championship game. Read more