"Dick, I'm sorry, Dirk Hayhurst" Freudian slip?
Much ado about nothing. At least that's what the Red Sox, Blue Jays and everyone else interested in Major League Baseball thought. Yet, there was one individual who thought it wise to announce (live on television) that pseudo Red Sox ace Clay Buchholz's dominant performance Wednesday night was something of the fishy kind.
His name, Jack Morris.
During Thursday night's telecast of the Red Sox versus Blue Jays game, Morris expounded on the comments (accusations) made earlier by former Blue Jays pitcher Dirk Hayhurst. Morris went as far as to declare he "had no doubt in his mind Buchholz was doctoring the ball."
NESN analyst and former Boston Red Sox great, Dennis Eckersley, caught wind of Morris' comments and decided to give the Blue Jays announcer some "friendly" advice during NESN's 'Extra Innings' post-game show.
(Video courtesy of NESN.com)
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