ESPN is working toward removing Jessica Mendoza from its “Sunday Night Baseball” booth, The Post has learned. From the outside, you don’t want to condone cheating. October 7, 2015 Mendoza, a four-time first-team All-American when she played at Stanford University, is no stranger to sexism. From the inside, and on other teams, you don’t want others to have an unfair … One of the most decorated softball players in history, Jessica Mendoza is beginning to enjoy a similar dominance of the broadcasting world. Mendoza was also a member of the high school basketball team and was the team MVP in both her junior and senior years. I mean, it’s a very nuanced issue. Mendoza, a graduate of Adolfo Camarillo High School, was named the Los Angeles Times "Player of the Year" in 1998. I apologize for calling Jessica Mendoza Tits McGee. While there are criticisms of her work on Sunday Night Baseball, she was considered a strong analyst on Baseball Tonight. Jessica Mendoza, Mets adviser, calls out sign-stealing whistleblower Mike Fiers Mendoza, who also works as an ESPN analyst, said Fiers' decision was 'hard to swallow' Like Perez, Mendoza has been a television analyst. If they were, they could consider giving Jessica Mendoza an interview. During her junior and senior years, she was named Camarillo High School "Female Athlete of the Year." Jessica Mendoza, a baseball operations adviser with the New York Mets and ESPN MLB analyst, has clarified remarks she made regarding Mike Fiers serving as a … Mendoza believes the people she’s supposed to cover for the benefit of her media outlet and its audience should not be open, forthright and transparent with the media.