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    I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    How unprofessional can you get???

    We might gripe about the Poofy-haired Fancy-boy, but at least he's never started with the waterworks on air!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    Skip to 1:40 in to get to the good stuff.

    It lasts for about 2 1/2 minutes or so... don't know why someone couldn't have edited that clip down to the boohooing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
    "Cheering for Kentucky is like watching Star Wars and hoping Darth Vader chokes an ewok"


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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    I love when Opie, Anthony, and Jimmy Norton trash her. She stinks...
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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    Oh My Goodness Gracious!!! Of All The Dramatic Things I Have Ever Seen, Suzyn Waldman Standing There At The Press Conference Crying Her Eyes Out.

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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    Haha what a loser.

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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    I have no clue why she would cry. Why isn't she usto those first round playoff ousters yet?
    If you can't build a winning team with that core a fire-sale isn't the solution. Selling the franchise, moving them to Nashville and converting GABP into a used car lot is.
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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    I didn't see the press conference,but the radio broadcast doesn't seem that funny.She's just emotional about her team,heck she started out by saying she cry's at Cinderella.The lady probably developed deep working relationships over the decade with a lot of the people in the Yankee's organization.Sometimes it's hard to say goodbye,kind of like the Reds playoff hopes every year.

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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    Quote Originally Posted by GoReds33 View Post
    I have no clue why she would cry. Why isn't she usto those first round playoff ousters yet?
    i wish we were.

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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    Quote Originally Posted by WilyMoROCKS View Post
    How unprofessional can you get???

    We might gripe about the Poofy-haired Fancy-boy, but at least he's never started with the waterworks on air!

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    Franchester cried on air at Joe's "last game" on air if I remember right. There is nothing wrong with people showing emotion although Susan Waldman does go a bit overboard.
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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    She also got quite emotional when Roger Clemens announced he was returning to the Yankees.

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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    Quote Originally Posted by mroby85 View Post
    i wish we were.
    Yeah. I would probably cry if the Reds were in the playoffs and got knocked out, because those oppertunities don't come around here much. The Yankees should really be usto it though. Since 2001 they havn't really put a WS calliber team on the field. I understand that they always have talent, but you can usually tell when a team has that swagger in their step. They havn't had that lately, because they are always fighting to get back in the race.
    If you can't build a winning team with that core a fire-sale isn't the solution. Selling the franchise, moving them to Nashville and converting GABP into a used car lot is.
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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    Please, don't take this as a defense of Waldman or the Yankees, but she wasn't crying because of the loss, she was crying because it may have been Torre's last game as the Yankee manager.

    "The idea that I can't choke up because a man I went through cancer with 11 years ago is going to lose his job and I was describing his coaches crying? It's absolutely ludicrous."

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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    Waldman is a godawful announcer...a horrible choice to supposedly "advance" women in the male sports world...

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    Re: I guess there's crying in baseball after all... Yanks announcer cries on air...

    Who cried when Old Yeller died? Come on, come on.............(raise your hands)
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