As game operations and social media merge during the pandemic here is another example of a scoreboard feature that is repackage to social media.
Fans get to know players and some unexpected questions from kids are always fun.
Props also for the edit, which was well paced and kept the segment moving.
This Q and A style could also include teams asking fans to send video of them asking the questions. This version had a studio setting for the questions and a more polished look, but there is potential for submitted questions for variety.
Kids ask the darnedest questions. 😅 pic.twitter.com/BoPUkrhaAH
— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) September 3, 2020
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