PHOENIX - Daron Sutton mysteriously disappeared from the Diamondbacks broadcast booth about a month ago. Since then, rumors have been flying about his absence.
At ABC15, we've heard everything from his wardrobe choices during broadcasts, like the fact he chose to wear a suit and tie rather than a polo with the Diamondbacks logo on it, to his critical analysis of the Diamondbacks front office.
On Sunday, Diamondbacks President Derrick Hall was interviewed by Paul Calvisi in the ABC15 studios and told us what happened to the familiar face.
"Daron of course, I hired him, I extended him, he's a very important part of our history and who we are. It's been a culmination of events and unfortunately, I wish I could talk more about it, but when it comes to personnel issues, I don't think it would be fair for him or us if we talked anymore than to say there's no timetable on a return. It's an indefinite suspension. But we're fortunate to have guys like Greg Schulte and Jeff Munn that can step in and fill roles in the meantime," said Hall.
Hall didn't go into any further details.
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