It's a touching tribute to far and away ESPN's best and most special show.
More from the frequent co-conspirators:
I love you guys, @HQonESPN @LeBatardShow.— Izzy Gutierrez (@IzGutierrez) January 4, 2021
All I’ve ever wanted was to fit in. And you all made me family.
I promise to do my part to maintain what you built. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/QP061CJQDh
I know today is happy, not sad. I know everyone is going to be fine. but this show is so important to me that I barely ever touched it out of fear I might screw it up. I loved that it existed, here. that really meant something to me. this concludes the tweet about the radio show.— Katie Nolan (@katienolan) January 4, 2021
Farewell, @LeBatardShow. We will always have these Google search results pic.twitter.com/qqcRpZvIIl— Pablo S. Torre (@PabloTorre) January 4, 2021
this has obviously been meaningful for a lot of folks, but I can't stress how much it's meant for those of us who didn't always feel like we belonged in this industry. They've been our biggest cheerleaders and truest friends, and I'm eternally grateful.— Mina Kimes (@minakimes) January 4, 2021
And here's the joke: pic.twitter.com/uIwhgwDgdH