Watch Joe Buck Commentate Fans' Twitter Videos During Sports Hiatus

Adam Wells@adamwells1985Featured ColumnistMarch 24, 2020

FILE - In this Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017 file photo, Joe Buck speaks during the
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When you're the lead play-by-play announcer for Fox Sports at a time when sports are on hiatus during the coronavirus pandemic, a logical solution in 2020 is turning to Twitter for help to keep your skills sharp.

Joe Buck sent out a request Sunday, pledging to record himself providing play-by-play of fans doing day-to-day activities during this time of social distancing.

As an example, the first video Buck posted featured his wife, Michelle, and their son Wyatt:

Buck began posting a series of play-by-play calls from fans, including videos featuring Lenny, co-host of The Mina Kimes Show, and an alternate-world version of Tom Brady in which he runs like Lamar Jackson:

Buck also turned it into a benefit by asking people who he made videos for to donate to a charity during this quarantine period.

Buck has a long history of working NFL and MLB games, and the 50-year-old can now add darts to his resume.

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