Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw, known for his power and control when placing a baseball over the plate, shows those skills can be dangerous in the workplace in ESPN’s latest This is SportsCenter spot, debuting today.
As Kershaw nonchalantly tosses pencils toward the ceiling of his cube at ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn., SportsCenter anchor Jay Harris “fears” potential injury in the cube above. Front Row asked Harris for his take on the latest of his many This is SportsCenter appearances. continue reading…
Editor’s note: The Swedish Chef stayed “in character” throughout this interview.
The NHL returned to the ice last weekend and to celebrate ESPN introduced a new This is SportsCenter spot featuring New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist and his fellow countryman, The Swedish Chef.
The spot, which also features SportsCenter anchors Steve Levy, Robert Flores and Linda Cohn, debuted last weekend and marks the first time a member of The Muppets is featured in the long-running franchise campaign.
Front Row was able to get a few minutes with the chef for an exclusive behind-the-scenes interview:
What did you think about visiting ESPN and about working with Henrik Lundqvist?
Hun dee EESPYENNEN ees maken der shoots, svern dee Henrik is okey dokey!! Und, dee room fer dee washen dee wiggly fingees, ees voory, voory cleeeen.