'Don't touch me!' Ex-FSN guy Robbie Incmikoski shut down by usher + video
July 6, 2013 — 10:55am
Robbie Incmikoski left Fox Sports North over the winter for a similar job in Pittsburgh. He traded the staggering Twins for the Pirates, who have the best record in baseball.
On Friday at Wrigley Field, Incmikoski was interviewing the father of Pirates manager Clint Hurdle when an usher took exception to the fact that they were briefly blocking the view of fans who were on hand to see the Cubs lose yet again (and by a Francisco Liriano complete game, at that.)
Here's what happened:
To his credit, Incmikoski didn't give in as easily as the Twins have lately.
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