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  • P1NSTR1PES
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    i loved the show, the reason behind him wearing 62 was phenominal

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  • Mattingly
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    Originally posted by Urbanshocker13 View Post
    Originally posted by Mariano_Rivera View Post
    I agree, Michael Kay is surpassed in intelligence and thoughtful analysis only by true geniuses like Joe Morgan and Tim McCarver.
    Originally posted by Westlake View Post
    Superb post, posted by one of the greatest members of the BBF community in the history of the site. Excellent insight and knowledge of all levels of baseball -- including evaluating players. Another great product of the WIN METHOD.

    ... Oh, we weren't playing the "who can be more sarcastic" game?
    Any more wise cracks from you folks and I'll ship you all to my secret hideaway.

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  • bigbadwolf
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    And the reason I watch Yankee/boston games on YES, is the caliber, the diversity, and the knowledge of the Yankee broadcast team.

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  • ShortStop
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    That's why i watch the Boston - NY games on NESN.

    They are seriosly ruining Joba with all this attention.

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  • bigbadwolf
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    No matter who YES and Michael Kay do next, it will be more than likely another great broadcast piece.

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  • steve rogers
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    Originally posted by jimmyjimjimz View Post
    I liked it. I thought it was interesting. I just wanna see who theyre gonna do it with next.
    I've seen Arod featured in some promos so I bet he's next. That's one I'm very interested in. Of couse YES will probably ruin it. And Michael Kay will be an ass and the sun will rise tomorrow.

    I think Arod is a lot more complicated than people realize. I remember seeing something somewhere about Leigh Montville (Ted Williams: American Hero and Big Bam about Babe Ruth which were both excellent books) was going to be doing a book about Arod. I'm positive I read it somewhere but I couldn't find anything more about it. I've looked on the publishers website and couldn't finad anything there. I remember reading that Arod had heard Montville was planning on doing the book and was very willing to cooperate with him. If anyone knows something please post it up.

    Scott

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  • jimmyjimjimz
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    I liked it. I thought it was interesting. I just wanna see who theyre gonna do it with next.

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  • bigbadwolf
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    Fact and reality always trump sarcasm.

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  • Urbanshocker13
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    Help for bigbadwolf

    sarcasm

    Main Entry:
    sar·casm
    Pronunciation:
    \?sär-?ka-z?m\
    Function:
    noun
    Etymology:
    French or Late Latin; French sarcasme, from Late Latin sarcasmos, from Greek sarkasmos, from sarkazein to tear flesh, bite the lips in rage, sneer, from sark-, sarx flesh; probably akin to Avestan thwar?s- to cut
    Date:
    1550
    1: a sharp and often satirical or ironic utterance designed to cut or give pain2 a: a mode of satirical wit depending for its effect on bitter, caustic, and often ironic language that is usually directed against an individual b: the use or language of sarcasm

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  • bigbadwolf
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    Originally posted by Mariano_Rivera View Post
    I agree, Michael Kay is surpassed in intelligence and thoughtful analysis only by true geniuses like Joe Morgan and Tim McCarver.
    I can take Morgan, but McCarver is an imbecile, at best.

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  • Westlake
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    Originally posted by bigbadwolf View Post
    Superb show, hosted by one of the great sport interviewers of our time. Excellently paced with very much human insight. Another great job by the YES network.
    Superb post, posted by one of the greatest members of the BBF community in the history of the site. Excellent insight and knowledge of all levels of baseball -- including evaluating players. Another great product of the WIN METHOD.

    ... Oh, we weren't playing the "who can be more sarcastic" game?

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  • Mariano_Rivera
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    Originally posted by bigbadwolf View Post
    Superb show, hosted by one of the great sport interviewers of our time. Excellently paced with very much human insight. Another great job by the YES network.
    I agree, Michael Kay is surpassed in intelligence and thoughtful analysis only by true geniuses like Joe Morgan and Tim McCarver.

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  • Urbanshocker13
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    Originally posted by bigbadwolf View Post
    Superb show, hosted by one of the great sport interviewers of our time. Excellently paced with very much human insight. Another great job by the YES network.

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  • bigbadwolf
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    Superb show, hosted by one of the great sport interviewers of our time. Excellently paced with very much human insight. Another great job by the YES network.

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  • steve rogers
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    I thought it might be interesting but I was disappointed. Having Michael Kay host was a bad idea, although a better idea than having John Sterling host. They should have spent more time with the guests and had a smaller number of them. They had a new person come on every 30 seconds. What was the point of bringing on his neighbor? I would have liked to see more baseball stuff like the scout that signed him, who his favorite players were when he was growing up. I'll give it a C.

    Scott

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