Simon Romanov

Dodgers' Kiké Hernández makes in-game interview mistake, but doesn't think he was distracted.

MLB fans disagree over micing players for TV interviews in the field. Some enjoy the access and insight into the players' personality. Others believe that communicating to the broadcast team while defending could be distracting.  

Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Kiké Hernández realized those concerns on a second-inning play against the New York Yankees on Friday.  

Hernández spoke to Wayne Randazzo and Dontrelle Willis on Apple TV+ with a microphone and earphone.  

Willis confronted Hernández about the Dodgers' closeness after Yankees' Gleyber Torres grounded a ground ball to him at third base.  

MLB fans disagree over micing players for TV interviews in the field. Some enjoy the access and insight into the players' personality. Others believe that communicating to the broadcast team while defending could be distracting.  

Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Kiké Hernández realized those concerns on a second-inning play against the New York Yankees on Friday. Hernández spoke to Wayne Randazzo and Dontrelle Willis on Apple TV+ with a microphone and earphone.  

Willis confronted Hernández about the Dodgers' closeness after Yankees' Gleyber Torres grounded a ground ball to him at third base.  

"After this play," Hernández said, racing left to field the ball. Hernández fielded the grounder and threw to first base after it bounced off his groin and hit his right hand.  

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