Sunday, August 5, 2007

Bitch

That's a fine song by the Rolling Stones, which serves as a musical bumper leading into a Red Sox half inning.

Glenn House Whore Geffner called the entire weekend series with Poor Old Joe. Dave O'Brien was in his own private hell following Barry Bonds. Not even Mr. Posh Spice could pull him away from 2007's version of the Bataan Death March. I am frankly at a loss to understand why people think that it is ok for a member of Red Sox Front Office to be calling games without disclosure that they are paid by the team, rather than by the radio rights holder.

I have gone to Red Sox games since 1957. I have listened to Red Sox games for the same length of time. I REALIZE THAT THE CLUB HAS APPROVAL OVER TALENT. But to have a paid flack announce the games with no disclosure of same is insulting to me in a way I cannot explain.

On Sunday, during the third inning, The House Whore described Seattle pitcher Miguel Batista as "the luckiest man in the ballpark" because he had escaped giving up more than two runs notwithstanding the fact that 8 of 14 runners had reached base.

Let's get something straight, Glenn Geffner: anytime you are in the ballpark, YOU are the luckiest man in the ballpark. You have no talent and you are driving life long Red Sox fans away.
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Go Brewers.

lc

1 comment:

Rob said...

Yeah Brew Crew! Did you notice that since the little dugout scrum (in the tunnel, really) they've been playing well? Well, they lost today, but hey. I really like the Brewers this year, but I'd have to say that my two NL allegiances lie with the Braves and Mets. That makes their head-to-head games fun to watch. The great thing about the Mets is that I can pick up their games on WFAN at night, even from southern Maine. If I'm in the car, that is. Then, of course, the Braves are shown on TBS periodically.