Talking About Sunday Night Baseball Is In Danger Of Becoming A Weekly Feature

Sunday, June 17, 2007

(posted by OMDQ)

It's official: I am sick and tired of watching the New York Yankees play on national television (for the record, I could also do without seeing the Red Sox in a "Game of the Week"-type of situation for a few months).

It may just be because Joe Morgan and Jon Miller are becoming too comfortable with the Bombers and I fear that one day soon their broadcasts will begin to make sense, but in reality, the reasons are probably more closely tied to the fact that I don't want to hear another word about that time Alex Rodriguez yelled something that made the Blue Jays third baseman drop the ball. That's it - that, and the self-loathing aspect of my personality really wants to see the Kansas City Royals play more often (they're in Milwaukee next week - make it happen, ESPN).

On the bright side, Joe has been fairly quiet for the first inning and a half tonight, so maybe it won't be so bad.

Oops, never mind: he just said that he thinks A-Rod is going to have a fantastic year. That's a pretty bold prediction, especially when you consider it's already mid-June and he's got 27 homeruns and 72 RBI. Yeah, he might play well this year.

Posted by One More Dying Quail at 8:21 PM


Here we go....

Posada calls a pitchout and Reyes is caught stealing. Joe Morgan ladies and gentleman....

"I was going to say that they should call a pitch out."

"And a great tag by Jeter."

Great tag by Robinson Cano Joe....and you should probably know that the 2nd baseman usually covers with right handed batters up.


Good god he's dumb.

Jun 17, 2007, 9:18:00 PM  

Never mind the fact that he said earlier that Reyes should definitely try to steal second to stay out of the double play, then spent ten minutes after Reyes was caught trying to "explain" what he really meant.

Jun 17, 2007, 9:39:00 PM  

yankees/mets, yankees/red sox are must see baseball games.
get over it.

Anonymous said...
Jun 18, 2007, 1:14:00 AM  

Finally the two morons on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball realize that Luis Castillo was on the Marlins for 10 seasons before the Twins!
How many more games or years do we have to listen to incorrect facts and information.
ESPN...get with the program and hire some "talent" that has talent, and broadcasters who can relate to their audience.

Anonymous said...
Aug 5, 2007, 9:34:00 PM  

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