Friday night, while calling the Indians-Yankees game at the Stadium, radio play-by-play man John Sterling had a little difficulty calling some of the action, which tends to happen from time to time.
Although he has a lot of fun at John Sterling’s expense, Craig is really a big fan of the Yankees radio play-by-play man. That’s why I think it somewhat pained him to deliver this gem about Sterling’s habits on the buffet line.
To say Yankees radio play-by-play man John Sterling has a style all his own would be an understatement — but I said it so now you’re forced to deal with it.
In the first inning of last night’s Red Sox-Yankees game, Jon Lester plunked Mark Teixiera in the knee with a pitch. During Jerry “Rello” Recco’s first update we got to hear John Sterling describe the play as only he can.
During Saturday night’s Yankee-Mariners game in Seattle, a fan decided to do a little streaking. Lucky for all of us, the dynamic duo of John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman were on hand at Safeco Field.
Jerry “Rello” Recco is good at his job, rarely makes mistakes and is always ultra-prepared for his informative updates. As for Yankees radio play-by-play man John Sterling, let’s just say he can be very entertaining at times.
Eddie Scozzare had a little extra time on his hands last week. With that said he put together a hilarious montage that consists of numerous cuts from our old friends John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman — and he even set it to music.
A few months back Al was trying to get a point across on the air and in his frustration uttered a rather unusual sound for any human being, even Al. It still astounds Jerry.
John Sterling’s call for Russell Martin’s Sunday night long-ball was one for the ages. Craig imagined how the great Marv Albert would sound uttering “Sterling-like” play-by-play…
Phil Hughes isn’t the only one involved with the Yankees who is struggling this year, as the Bombers’ radio play-by-play man John Sterling was at it again in the Bronx Thursday night.
When you think about Yankee baseball these days, it’s tough not to think about the name John Sterling.
The Bombers head to Texas down 3-2, and their fate now rests on the shoulders of Phil Hughes. Will Phil rise to the challenge, or wrinkle like a cheap suit?
Much like everyone simply assumed Cliff Lee would dominate the Yankees in Game two, everyone thinks that A.J. Burnett is a lock to get rocked in Game 4.