CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland Indians fans may have lost Game 2 of the World Series, but fans are more upset at the sports announcer than their team.
Many are saying that Fox Sports announcer Joe Buck sounded biased as he called the game and that he loved the Chicago Cubs.
Buck spoke with Fox 8 about that Wednesday night.
"I get blamed for hating every team," he said. "I'm in a no-win. I get it. I'm a huge hockey fan, so when I'm at home in St. Louis and I'm listening to now the national guys call the Blues games, it's like I want my own people calling it. People in Cleveland want their own people calling it. People in Chicago are used to their own people calling it. I get it."
It's something Buck gets a lot as he travels from city to city. His Twitter bio, in fact, says: "I love all teams EXCEPT yours."
Many fans took to social media about Buck:
— Kristen Anderson (@kristensell) October 27, 2016
@MLBONFOX I'm just wondering if you could tell Joe Buck to be a bit more biased for the Cubs.
— Kevin (@Kevin_1880) October 27, 2016
@KenCarmanShow is it just me, or does Joe Buck refuse to say "Indians"?
— Jay Mill (@FunNGamzz) October 27, 2016
— McNeil (@Reflog_18) October 27, 2016
Can someone please explain to me WHY Joe Buck continues to get the call to be the #WorldSeries announcer? I can name 56,824 better choices
— Matt Lisle (@CoachLisle) October 26, 2016
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