Last edited by Matt700wlw; 08-01-2007 at 03:26 PM. Reason: better title
Talk about taking the easy way out ...
He's still the best in the biz.
Originally Posted by nate
Chapman can be downright pornographic at times.
“I won’t give an opinion,” he said. “That’s not my job.”
Baseball isn't a magic trick ... it doesn't get spoiled if you figure out how it works. - gonelong
I'm witchcrafting everybody.
Championships for MY teams in my lifetime:
Cincinnati Reds - 75, 76, 90
Chicago Blackhawks - 10, 13
University of Kentucky - 78, 96, 98, 12
Cincinnati Bengals - None
Chicago Bulls - 91, 92, 93, 96, 97, 98
If the organization is going to permit them to add their opinion's to the broadcast, why would they not continue to do it?
Scully has his style, and approach...and obviously it's worked. Others have theirs.
Last edited by Matt700wlw; 08-01-2007 at 09:44 PM.
Marty isn't a hall of famer either.Thom's not a hall of famer, Brantley's not a hall of famer....and yes, their bosses listen to the broadcasts...
If you're watchin' a parade, make sure you stand in one spot, don't follow it, it never changes. And if the parade is boring, run in the opposite direction, you will fast-foward the parade. --Mitch Hedberg
All Cincinnati has is a loud mouth "Hall of Famer" named Marty whom thinks that the Reds would be better off becoming Pittsburgh by trading away Dunn. Then you have a good ol' country boy named Jeff whom thinks it's still high school and calls Todd Coffey out on the radio. It's quite ashame how disrespectful this organization has become.
Last edited by harangatang; 08-02-2007 at 02:21 AM.
When Hank hit #715, Scully called the play all the way up until the blast landed in the bullpen. Then he paused for quite some time while the crowd roared in the background. Scully's commentary about Aaron receiving a standing ovation in the deep south didn't occur until after the lengthy pause for the crowd's reaction, by which point Hank had already crossed the plate.
That was a very classy call too, IMO, and it came from arguably the greatest baseball pbp guy in history.
Barry Larkin - HOF, 2012
Put an end to the Lost Decade.
I like it myself.
I really hope it happens in Dodger stadium
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."
~ Mark Twain
I'm not saying that's why Scully is necessarily doing in this case, should it occur while he's broadcasting, but it's an element from a bygone day nonetheless.