Jerry ‘Rello’ Recco got his first update started by playing a cut of Yankees play-by-play man John Sterling calling Derek Jeter’s 6th inning, 2-run triple. Hearing the golden voice of Sterling reminded Boomer of what a hard worker the radio man is.
Craig interrupted Jerry’s update to take a call from a fella calling himself ‘Blind Carl’ — and he had a thing of two to get off of his chest regarding the manner in which John Sterling calls Yankees games.
Yankees radio play-by-play man John Sterling was up to his old tricks over the weekend in Toronto. Despite the Morning Extravaganza being off, Boomer & Craig paid the Sterling Saturday gaffe it’s proper due this morning…
The New York Yankees’ 16-7 defeat to the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday was further proof that their bullpen is not up to snuff. It’s gotten to the point that I’ve come up with an adjective to describe Boone Logan’s futility: ‘Loganeous’
It sounded as if John Sterling was well rested after a brief break for the All-Star game. He was on hand in Toronto and on his game in the booth, calling the action on WCBS 880. The Yankees, on the other hand, had a rough go of it.
Jerry “Rello” Recco’s first update of the morning had a little bit of everything. He has great range for an update anchor.
With the Brewers in town on Tuesday night, I put the game on YES on mute and turned up WCBS and let John and Suzyn take me through the series opener.
When listening to Mets radio play-by-play man Wayne Hagin call Angel Pagan’s 4th inning, 2-run home run in last night’s 4-0 win over the Braves, Craig deduced that it may have been the longest home run call of all time.
Just before Jerry “Rello” Recco’s first update of the morning, Boomer & Craig played a little game we like to call, “You Make the Call,” as a way of paying tribute to the Yankees’ radio broadcast team.
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.