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Jenny Dell Replacing Heidi Watney as NESN Red Sox Reporter

Jenny Dell

Goodbye Heidi. It was nice knowing you.

Everyone, say hello to Jenny Dell!

Dell, a UMass graduate, will become NESN’s new Red Sox in-game reporter, according to the Boston Globe’s Chad Finn. She replaces Heidi Watney, who left at the end of last year to become a reporter for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Dell has been working at ESPN as an on-air reporter, and also did some work off-camera too. She worked at the Winter X-Games as part of her last gig in Bristol.

Thoughts on the new Red Sox reporter?

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One comment for “Jenny Dell Replacing Heidi Watney as NESN Red Sox Reporter”

  1. Heidi who?? Jenny, yah baby!!

    Posted by don ambo | March 1, 2012, 7:26 pm

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