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August 8, 2008 at 5:18 PM

Drayer, Capuano out

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In the photo above, see Shannon Drayer and Cara Capuano, both on the far right (closest to the stands), walking past the area behind home plate last night following Raul Ibanez’s game-winning home run in what would be their final M’s game worked this season. Capuano is furthest to the right.
A couple of fixtures for those listening to Mariners broadcasts on both KOMO 1000 radio and FSN television won’t be on the airwaves any more this season. While it had been known for some time that Cara Capuano was doing her final broadcast work on M’s games — and for FSN — last night, the news today that radio sideline reporter Shannon Drayer had been let go came as a shock.
I rode up in the elevator with both last night after we’d all done post-game interviews. Drayer was wishing Capuano, whose contract was up at the network, well in her efforts to land with another network. She didn’t sound like someone who knew she’d also worked her final Mariners game of 2008. Then today, news came that Drayer would not continue to work M’s games this season. It’s a tough business. From what I’m told, KOMO will no longer be sending a reporter on the road with the team or doing any post-game interviews. Drayer also wrote a very interesting blog that I had checked out routinely, including right before coming to the ballpark just today. She had good insights. Hopefully, we’ll see her get picked up by KIRO when they take over M’s broadcasts next season.
Either way, it’s disappointing to see both go.

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