Chris Berman won’t be calling the Home Run Derby anymore

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ESPN announced on Thursday that on-air personality Chris Berman will assume a new position for the company after the NFL season. He will make on-air appearances and serve in public-facing roles on ESPN’s behalf.

As a result, Berman will no longer be involved with ESPN’s NFL coverage in-studio, the NFL draft, as well as the Home Run Derby. Berman has been present for each ESPN presentation of the Derby. Berman has also called MLB games and hosted Baseball Tonight.

Berman will be inexorably linked to the Home Run Derby for his famous “back, back, back” call.