MLB Broadcaster Alanna Rizzo Talks Making Historic Game In The New Normal

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Published on 23 Jul 2021, 16:00
Sports broadcaster Alanna Rizzo was one of five women to make MLB history Tuesday night as the first all-female on-air crew to cover a baseball game. She joined Stephanie Ruhle to discuss what it means to her and viewers, and how to turn the historic moment into the new normal. "Hopefully we get to the point where it's not a big deal, it's just a bunch of women doing their jobs."

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MLB Broadcaster Alanna Rizzo Talks Making Historic Game In The New Normal
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