The brilliance of ESPN baseball commentating…

“[Wrigley Field is] a packed house tonight..most of the people here to get a glimpse of Barry Bonds”

Yeah, right guys. 90% of the people in the stands wouldn’t recognize Barry Bonds if he was sitting right next to him. Granted, 89% of the people in the stands wouldn’t recognize Derrek Lee or Carlos Zambrano either, but I’m sorry, ESPN – just because you have a big chubber for Bonds doesn’t mean that the boozehounds in Wrigley do too.

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~ by Matt Stratton on July 16, 2007.

5 Responses to “The brilliance of ESPN baseball commentating…”

  1. Who the heck is Barry Bonds?

  2. He’s a player for the San Francisco Giants who is about to break Hank Aaron’s record for home runs.

    He’s also an alleged steroid user and a real jerkwad.

  3. He’s a player for the San Francisco Giants who is about to break Hank Aaron’s record for home runs.

    He’s also an alleged steroid user and a real jerkwad.

  4. If 90% of the people at Wrigley last night were there to see a glimpse of Barry, does that mean that those 90% couldn’t read a newspaper that reported he wasn’t going to play? I knew he wasn’t going to play by Sunday night and I live in Toronto.

    (also ESPN apparently made them change the game time which did NOT get reported to my digital cable system…so I missed the first 4 innings of the game)

  5. If 90% of the people at Wrigley last night were there to see a glimpse of Barry, does that mean that those 90% couldn’t read a newspaper that reported he wasn’t going to play? I knew he wasn’t going to play by Sunday night and I live in Toronto.

    (also ESPN apparently made them change the game time which did NOT get reported to my digital cable system…so I missed the first 4 innings of the game)

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