Gameplay at game one of the 2015 World Series between the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals was delayed on Tuesday night (October 27) when the broadcast feed experienced a failure.
Fox experienced technical difficulties after a signal from a truck in Kansas City was lost.
“The explanation for this delay is that Fox broadcasting has taken some kind of a technical glitch and the U.S. broadcasters at this event are having a broadcast issue. That may or may not why play has been stopped. That is a possible explanation being offered. Most unusual to have a game interrupted this way with no television,” the announcer on Fox said when the feed came back.
“Play will resume after the technical difficulties. You didn’t miss anything America because after the strike-out to Kendrys Morales, play stopped when Terry Collins came out onto the field, had a word with home-plate umpire Bill Welke, and that’s where we’ve been ever since,” the announcer added.
What Happened to the World Series on Fox? Broadcast Stops!
Source: Just Jared