This has nothing to do with the Red Sox or Yankees, but it sure is funny.
That was pretty awesome. Sutcliff?
wow did that guy ever eat his words.
There ought to be a name for the broadcasting law that governs these situations… That when an announcer makes a blanket statement such as “He is not a clutch hitter,” events will quickly prove the reverse statement.
That is Jeff Brantley shoving his whole leg into his mouth… and making Thom Brennamen look like a genius.
That’s just awesome, straight awesomeness.
It’s amazing how quickly he hits that out after the announcer says he’s not a clutch player. It’s as if it was well rehersed!
Paul, remember yesterday when you and I were talking about jynxes, and how whenever an announcer says something the opposite happens? Here’s the permalink for my comment there, just for the record ;-):
classic. Foot … meet mouth.
I like Brantley a lot, actually, but that’s just a classic.
What we need to do now is take that 15 second segment right before the home run, then 5 seconds after, so the best 20 second segment, then right after the, “IS IT CLUTCH?” part, cut to voiceover and Southwest Airlines screen: “Wanna get away? Southwest now offers flights to more than 144 cities” blah blah etc. Now THAT’S an ad!!
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