Last night, the Yankees defeated the Red Sox, 5-2. Ho hum. Hate to break the bad news to morning sports-talk radio guy but Yankees – Red Sox does not exactly blow you away with anticipation anymore.
How could it? They play one million times a season now. There’s such a thing as too much exposure. It happened to the Atlanta Braves, it happened to the NBA and now it’s adversely impacting the Yankees and Red Sox. Actually, it has been impacting the Yankees and Red Sox for quite a while. ESPN’s Game of the Week: Yankees and Red Sox. For how long? Forever! Zzzz.
No doubt The Stuttering Fool was at his most annoying. “It is high. It is far, etc.” [comment deleted]? Of course, sports is so unimportant, we can’t wish harm to someone. But if The Stuttering Fool lost his voice…from the months of April through October…it wouldn’t hurt anything. How could anyone think The Stuttering Fool is the least bit entertaining? Listening to The Fool for a couple of innings is about as much fun as catching a hard-hit, bad hop grounder under the cup. Listen to a few innings of Vin Scully; then tune in to the Yankee sycophant Fool. Anyone can then tell which one is in the Hall of Fame, and which one is in the Hall of Fame of bandwagoning homer radio guy hired because he agrees with everything Yankees?
Too much of a thing that sucks, sucks. =