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Gregg Zaun launches Manalyst TV on YouTube

Former Blue Jays catcher and recently dismissed Sportsnet host Gregg Zaun prepares for his return to the small screen. The very small screen

Zaun, which was terminated by Rogers in December during allegations of misconduct in the workplace announced his intentions for an exclusive analysis, commentary and opinion on YouTube launch

"Have you ever proposed an unfiltered Gregg Zaun, unbound by the limitations of network cable TV?" reads a promo for the show, shared by Zaun on Twitter last week.

"I am at the next stage of my life, my own show on YouTube," he wrote. "My fans have spoken loud and clear … the gloves are coming loose and I will treat the entire big leagues without bias."

show, named Manalyst TV, is expected to premiere, although nothing has been uploaded to Zaun & # 39; s special channel so far.

Despite that, Zaun already has more than 1,000 subscribers.

Meanwhile Sportsnet has just announced the replacement of the 46-year-old baseball analyst at Blue Jays Central (and no, it is not Jp Arencibia .)

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