Found June 09, 2012 on Mets360.com:
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TEAMS: New York Mets
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Dahhhhh Yankees win! Ugh, unfortunately the Yankees did win last night . If you’re familiar with the grandiose stylings of Yankees’ radio play-by-play man John Sterling, you know how much he has a flair for the dramatic. While the Mets certainly don’t have the history or the cache of the Yankees’ franchise, we should take some comfort about the wit and wisdom we get from our collective broadcasting teams. While Howie Rose would correctly call a flyout a step in front of the warning track, Sterling would promptly call a HR only to back out from it. Sterling through all his mumblings and mishaps is one thing, though: entertaining, albeit cheaply. Sterling’s home runs calls are cheesy, campy and while they are lame, he does get most people to chuckle at his own bemusement. You know his roll call on HR’s (even if you’re not a Yankees’ fan) like: *An A-Bomb for A-Rod *Robby Cano, what a ya know? (This regrettably was in full effect last night) * The Grandy man can, ah the Grandy man can....
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