ESPN personality Adam Amin has announced that he will be parting ways with the worldwide leader in sports. The longtime play-by-play commentator made the announcement on Twitter on Wednesday night. In a heartfelt message, Amin thanked the network for the opportunity and paid tribute to his colleagues. In return, his now former colleagues reciprocated the love.
“You made me better… and you did so for so many others. This is incredibly well deserved. Go get it brother.. and THANK YOU,” PatMcAfee tweeted.
— Adam Amin (@adamamin) May 27, 2020
“Keep being what you are: a voice that cuts through and elevates whatever it is you’re doing. A massive talent and pro. See you on the tv,” Scott Van Pelt wrote.
Amin spent nine years with the network. During his time there, he covered a number of events including the Women’s College World Series, Women’s Final Four, McDonald’s High School All-American Game and much more.
Moving forward, Amin is reportedly headed to Fox Sports where he will cover the NFL and college football. He could also cover college basketball as well.