Wednesday, July 1, 2009

In The Booth

In which we peer into the minds of our beloved SNY commentators with a random quote from a recent game...

Keith: Oh my goodness.
Gary: Do you think that's real or is that a wig? What do you think?

Keith:
I think it's real and it looks like Bert Lahr. You've got to have C-Courage!
Gary: I think the family of Bert Lahr would be greatly insulted by that.
Keith: (laughing)
Gary: I think that if it is real, it took him a long time to cultivate that. (long pause)
Cora drew a walk at the start of the game and scored in front of Wright's home run
and now Burns behind him 2 and 0.
Keith: He's got to have a natural curl to that hair of his, too.
Gary: Yeah, I don't think you can do that with a curling iron. (long pause)
Keith: No one is sitting behind him, you'll notice. That moss is just in everybody's way.
Gary: You wouldn't be able to see over or around him.
Keith: He looks like...I can't think...what was that guy, he was just here at Citi Field? The lead singer of Mountain?
Gary: Oh...
Keith: Leslie West.
Gary: Yeah. What was that kid from the old sitcom, Room 222? Bernie?
Keith: I vaguely remember that.
Gary: Of course back in the 60's and 70's, everybody had hair. Even me.

2 comments:

John U said...

Does that mean that during a previous game, Keith pointed out Leslie West in the crowd?

"Hey, isn't that the lead singer of Mountain?"

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