Found October 25, 2012 on Bush League Chronicle:
San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito has been pitching pretty well in the postseason. So well in fact that fans are taking notice despite a rough go of it for him in recent seasons. They let their feelings be shown with a good round of "Barry!" chants during Wednesday's Game One of the World Series at AT&T Park.The crowd was reacting to a run-scoring single by Zito in the bottom of the fourth. FOX commentator Tim McCarver made a statement that it was a sound Zito hadn't heard much of around these parts lately. After a brief pause, broadcast partner Joe Buck then added this little reference:"They used to say it for somebody else around here," Buck said. The person who he was referring to was none other than baseball's all-time home run king, Barry Bonds. However, McCarver either didn't catch that or is pulling the leg of everyone watching the game on Fox."When Barry Manilow was playing in a concert," Manilow said in response to Buck.Buck then quickly shot back: "Or Barry Bonds."Poor Tim.Via USA Today.
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