FOX NFL reporter Sara Walsh almost divorced her husband after he caught Judge’s 61st home run and gave it back like a fool
Aaron Judge’s 61st home run ball eluded fans, but that doesn’t mean nobody came up with it. Blue Jays bullpen coach Matt Buschmann secured the ball, much to the pleasure of his wife Sara Walsh, a broadcaster with Fox Sports.
The NFL reporter was gearing up for retirement once Twitter determined her husband was the one who secured the historic ball.
Perfect! That’s a minimum of $250k cash for the lovely couple. Nice to see young love prevail on this one. Right?
Wrong. Walsh’s husband handed Judge’s home run ball over without a fight:
Well, that escalated quickly.
Her husband held their whole future in the palm of his hand, and he just… gave it away. It was an unconscionable decision out of him.
As an employee of a Major League ball club, I understand that you have to follow a certain set of rules fans in New York and St. Louis don’t. So it was likely a smart, potentially career-preserving move out of Buschmann.
He was met with temptation nearly on-par with what Jesus faced in the desert and emerged unsullied by sin. Even so, his wife would be in the right if she left his ass immediately.
Two things can be true at once.
For those a bit confused about the house comment, the couple resides in Florida. I don’t think I need to go much deeper into that because if you don’t know what was going on down there, you’re already a lost cause.
My question is, would you rather be the spouse of the fan that whiffed on the catch or the spouse of the coach that gave it away free of charge?
I think I know where Sara Walsh stands.