Thursday, May 2, 2013

Mlb tv worker dies

Mlb tv worker dies, An MLB TV worker has died at Turner field after suffering an apparent heart attack, reported Sports Illustrated on May 1.

The Atlanta Braves were set to faceoff against the Washington Nationals in the final game of their series. Prior to the game, 61-year-old Reuben Porras was setting up the broadcast for the MLB Network. Porras collapsed while setting up the broadcast.

Several members of the Washington Nationals staff tried to help Porras, including Lee Kuntz and John Hsu who are members of the athletic training staff. While they attempted to stabilize Porras on the scene before he left in an ambulance, emergency staff were unable to save Porras' life. He later died at a local hospital.

On Wednesday, the Washington Nationals' Ian Desmond jacked a two-run home run in the Nationals' 2-0 victory over the Braves (17-10). The win helped Washington (14-14) finally break a three-game losing streak.

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