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Old 05-27-2017, 09:40 AM
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I never hide my homerism, Gary Cohen, Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez do a great job doing Mets games.

It pains me to say it because I hated him as a player but ARod is pretty good.
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I never hide my homerism, Gary Cohen, Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez do a great job doing Mets games.
I love Gary and Ron...Keith not so much. The broadcasts seem to be at a higher level when Keith isn't working. And Keith was one of my favorite ball players.

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How quickly we forget:


Favorite All-Time Broadcaster:


Mr. Vinn Scully!!!

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How quickly we forget:


Favorite All-Time Broadcaster:


Mr. Vinn Scully!!!

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Nobody forgot! I was looking for current broadcasters. Getting to hear Scully during his final season was one of the main reasons I subscribed to the MLB audio service last year.

That being said.. and you can call me a homer... But my main guy was and always will be Jack Buck!
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At The Louisville Slugger bat museum they have a Broadcaster section where you can play famous calls by Hall of Fame broadcasters, including Scully and Buck and Harry Carry, who was also a Cardinal broadcaster until his dust up with August Bush and his turn to the Dark Side
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At The Louisville Slugger bat museum they have a Broadcaster section where you can play famous calls by Hall of Fame broadcasters, including Scully and Buck and Harry Carry, who was also a Cardinal broadcaster until his dust up with August Bush and his turn to the Dark Side

Harry as a Cardinal was before my time... But that being said other than Buck & Shannon I probably heard more games called by Harry Caray & Steve Stone growing up. I was so excited when we finally got cable tv and I had access to the Cubs (and later white sox) on WGN and the Braves games on TBS.

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Old 05-31-2017, 02:07 PM
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Nobody forgot! I was looking for current broadcasters. Getting to hear Scully during his final season was one of the main reasons I subscribed to the MLB audio service last year.

That being said.. and you can call me a homer... But my main guy was and always will be Jack Buck!

Ooops!

ESPN's Dan Shulman, Aaron Boone, and Jessica Mendoza

second place to ESPN's Jon Sciambi and Rick Sutcliffe.


As far as individual team broadcasts are concerned, I only get the Braves:

Favorite Radio Broadcaster- Don Sutton
When watching the Braves games, I mute the sound and listen to Don on the Radio.

I can't stand 'Slip' Carey...he's third generation overrated. He makes really stupid comments and he has greasy hair too!

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Michael Kay when he is working with Paul O'Neill. Paul brings a goofy, fun side to the telecast that I enjoy.
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