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The All-Star Home Run Derby had its memorable moments that once again included many “Back, back, back…GONE” calls from Chris Berman. But the real highlight of the night, at least from an entertaining standpoint, came during ESPN’s interview with former New York Mets catcher, Mike Piazza. Things got quite strange during the segment which included a fight and a creepy kid video bombing Piazza during his interview. The first sequence of weird events started when a fight broke out directly behind Mike Piazza. Then things continued to get strange as some creepy kid started video bombing the interview. Only in New York.
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ESPN made the announcement today. The once-black sheep of the ESPN family will officially return to the roost on August 26 when Keith Olbermann hosts the debut of the 11 p.m. ET show aptly titled "Olbermann" on ESPN2.
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Tonight is MLB's Home Run Derby, which means our yearly plight of counting how many times Chris Berman can say the word "back" and guessing which neighboring city and/or local landmark he will use to describe a long home run. (Right now Albany leads the Statue of Liberty as the favorite.) And as Berman dishes out the grunts, jokes, and nicknames (here's hoping...
The Home Run Derby. The one remaining time in the baseball season where Baseball and Berman converge.
For one night and one night only, baseball fans are treated to a few hours filled of Chris Berman and his over-used puns and soliloquies. He’ll say stupid **** that couldn’t possibly ever become recycled material. There will be awkward moments. That’s because Chris Berman is...
Major League Baseball's Home Run Derby isn't always the ideal made-for-televison event. Sure, it features mammoth home runs, but Chris Berman's call is an annual source of frustration for many viewers and the drama tends to wane over the three hours of attempted dingers.
Luckily, this year's edition at Citi Field in New York City provided plenty of memorable moments...