Found March 29, 2012 on
Talk radio goes days and days without something that piques our interest. Blah, blah, blah. And then Don Mattingly comes on the Dan Patrick Show and drops a “this little sh*t” bomb when referencing Ozzie Guillen. You just figure Donny will talk some baseball, keep it clean and get off the phone. Nope. Commence the iPhone i-Team! VIDEO! NOW! HURRY!
Later in the show Dan asked the Danettes if they hit the dump button for the radio side.
Posted: Just happened 20 minutes ago
Premise of Video: Dan wants to know if a coach has ever gotten under Donny Baseball’s skin. Not even Ozzie Guillen?
Climax of Video: Talking like a real human on morning TV talk radio just doesn’t happen that often.
Conclusion: Mattingly becomes a must-get guest for national talk shows, especially for Miami stations.
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