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.
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.
Following last night’s game at Yankee Stadium, Suzyn Waldman got quite a thrill when she was joined on-field by none other than Alex Rodriguez.
Jerry “Rello” Recco began his first update of the week by recapping the Yankees’ 5th straight defeat, a 7-5 loss to the Red Sox, which put a nice bow on Boston’s 3-game sweep in the Bronx.
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.
Oliver Perez will be pitching for his Mets’ career today, and for that Craigie would like to celebrate, calling it one of the best things to happen to Mets fans in years.
The guys opened up Tuesday’s show in a rather awkward manner as Boomer was all over Al Dukes for booking Scott Brosius, who the Booms is a big fan of, to come on.
We made it through a weekend with no football and lived to tell about it. For Craig, that meant it was time to take a deep breath and get a good whiff of baseball, as Yankees pitchers and catchers reported to Tampa on Monday.
After a long offseason full of alleged foot fetishes and heartbreaking punt returns, baseball is officially back, baby!
WCBS will be broadcasting Suzyn Waldman’s first “Hot Stove” show of the baseball off-season.
We are now two days removed from the Giants’ epic collapse Sunday against the Eagles, and since then we have learned that Eli Manning took a page out of his younger counterpart’s play-book and called a players only meeting to address his teammates.
The New York Yankees held a press conference Tuesday to reintroduce an obviously irked Derek Jeter to the assembled media and Yankees fans across the world.