Steve Phillips is an analyst for ESPN. He is allowed to analyze baseball games and events despite being a mediocre general manager for...
Brooke Hundley Fired By ESPN Too
Brooke Hundley, the ESPN production assistant who exposed a secret affair with ESPN baseball analyst Steve Phillips, is now out of a job at the network.
A rep from ESPN at first confirmed to the AP that the 22-year-old Hundley "doesn't work at ESPN anymore," but it was unclear if she quit or was axed.
Steve Phillips Fired Over Brooke Hundley Affair
Less than a week after his affair with 22-year-old production assistant Brooke Hundley came to light, ESPN baseball analyst Steve Phillips has been fired.
ESPN made the announcement last night during the American League Championship Series, during which Phillips normally would have been in the studio.
Marni Phillips 911 Call: Frantic, Disturbing
A frantic 911 call made by Marni Phillips, the wife of ESPN analyst and former New York Mets GM Steve Phillips, when she discovered his 22-year-old ex-mistress in their driveway has been uncovered, and it's upsetting, to say the least.
Much as the details of Steve's affair with Brooke Hundley and her subsequent craziness may seem funny, Marni Phillips' terrified reaction is anything but.
Steve Phillips Scandal Results in Leave of Absence
ESPN baseball analyst Steve Phillips is taking a leave of absence amid the sex scandal that he finds himself snared in thanks to former lover Brooke Hundley.
The New York media reported earlier that the former General Manager of the New York Mets was involved in a relationship with the female ESPN employee.