Sportscaster Jon Miller Plays Not My Job A Hall of Fame broadcaster who did the play-by-play on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball for 20 years, Miller is the voice of the San Francisco Giants. He answers three questions about strange food.
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Sportscaster Jon Miller Plays Not My Job

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Sportscaster Jon Miller Plays Not My Job

Sportscaster Jon Miller Plays Not My Job

Sportscaster Jon Miller Plays Not My Job

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San Francisco Giants broadcaster Jon Miller during a ceremony to celebrate his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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Jon Miller is a Hall of Fame broadcaster who did the play-by-play on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball for 20 years. He is a former radio and television announcer for the Baltimore Orioles and has been the voice of the San Francisco Giants since 1997.

We've invited Miller to play a game called "You gonna eat that?" Three questions based on science writer Mary Roach's new book, Gulp: Adventures in the Alimentary Canal.