Angels Broadcasters Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza Unfazed By ‘Rolling Earthquake’

Last night I was at a traffic stop when my world literally started shaking. A 4.4 magnitude earthquake rattled the Los Angeles area and there I was in the middle of the street hoping this wasn’t the big one California is overdue for.

BREAKING: A magnitude-4.4 #earthquake has struck Southern California, just a few miles east of Los Angeles. Shaking has been reported. pic.twitter.com/jxC0lPmL1q

— WeatherOptics (@weatheroptics) August 29, 2018

Not even going to front, I was startled a bit… but that wasn’t the case over in Anaheim where Angels broadcasters Victor Rojas and Mark Gubicza casually mentioned the quake during the second inning like it was no big deal.

Ice in their veins. @VictorRojas and @MarkGubicza just called the most casual #earthquake of all time… pic.twitter.com/RUsd1ljzS7

— FOX Sports West (@FoxSportsWest) August 29, 2018

I’m not sure what’s more ridiculous. That call or the fact that everyone on the field played through the rattling. The Associated Press reports an aftershock 3.4 struck a minute later, but hey, apparently no one really gives a damn out here for anything that registers below 6.0.