Sunday, June 7, 2009

Five questions we would like to ask John Sterling

1. Can anyone really predict what's going to happen in the game of baseball?

2. Do you think it wise for a Yankee pitcher to walk the leadoff man?

3. Between the lines, where the game is actually played, does it matter how much money one team makes, as opposed to another?

4. What in your opinion is the most storied franchise in all of baseball?

5. Do you think it's possible that young Yankees bring something special to the clubhouse?

65 comments:

Eric said...

I just spit water all over everything. You owe me a new keyboard, el duque

Mike said...

Just who or what is the Yankees Radio Network driven by?

Anonymous said...

7. Just who or what does nobody sell more real estate than?

Whitey Fraud said...

Is there a better closer in baseball history than Mariano Rivera?

What does the associate producer do?

Bonus: Why would a real estate agent show you houses he doesn't want you to see? It makes no fucking sense!

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't the 19th out have a sponsor?

Gringo Starr said...

What happens 15 minutes before the game?

unanimous said...

Why is there always a night game before getaway day?

threewordchant said...

Is it annoying that the Daily News 5th is always shorter and thus leaves no time to talk?

Dr. Ruth said...

Isn't that amazing?

SUPERFRANKENSTEIN said...

Isn't "too many home runs" actually a good thing?

Joe said...

John, how many fingers am I holding up? (hint: it's two)

Anonymous said...

What comes between "double a" and "MCO"?

Chris Connolly said...

Say John, do you think it would be a good idea or a bad idea to bet on baseball?

steven said...

John, what is a copan rayra??

Yankees Wiiiin@! said...

How do you keep your family safe and secure?

Keith said...

Statistically speaking, how well does cano bat against lefties?

How often does Teixeira make game changing defensive plays?

B.Stanley said...

What makes Eric Hinske a valuable addition to the Yankees bench?

samuel said...

John, can a matter of inches affect the game of baseball?

Are the Yankees lefties in their lineup able to hang in against lefty pitchers?

John I noticed Damon's contract is up at the end of the year... should the Yanks re-sign him??

John I've always wondered, can good pitching stop good hitting?

John, does a stadium look better with more fans in the seats?

SUPERFRANKENSTEIN said...

John, does anything that happened in spring training mean anything at all?

unanimous said...

Is Indian Point right for New York?

Should we build something together?

Do you like the sound effects at Tropicana Field?

Do statistics mean anything?

Does it ever rain in New York?

Anonymous said...

If you throw stats into the East River can they float?

Anonymous said...

Do you enjoy traffic?

Anonymous said...

What does The Melkman deliver?

Anonymous said...

John, do you like teams having as many pitchers on the roster as they do?

Anonymous said...

If I'm in New York how often can I get weather and traffic on 880 AM?

John Foley said...

John, how often does Paul O'Neill get a hit off of Jesse Orosco? Is it more or less frequently than you sign in tune?

John Foley said...

Guh.
Sing in tune. Not sign.

Anonymous said...

Do You Have A "THING" For Susyn Waldman?

John Foley said...

Dear John-
Does Miguel Cairo do anything wrong as a player?

Anonymous said...

John, does anyone break more bats than Johnny Damon?

SUPERFRANKENSTEIN said...

John, regarding the contracts of Johnny Damon and Hideki Matsui, which expire at the end of this season, I'd like to ask: should a team ever give good players away?

John Foley said...

Dear John-
Let's say you have a good hitter on the team, but that hitter is slumping badly at the beginning of the year. Knowing as we do that this player has been hitting all their life, do they have a l-o-o-o-o-o-t of base hits coming?

Whitney Fraud said...

Have you ever been to Atlanta?

Is Mariano Rivera appreciated?

Do you like to read biographies and autobiographies?

When is an advantage unfair?

Lenny Neslin said...

Is the 15th out of the game sponsored? If so, by whom?

Anonymous said...

Lets consider John Sterling the MEL ALLEN of our time. Mr Allen, had a THOUSAND nicknames for the players ('ol reliable, The Chairman of The Board, the Commerce Comet, Superchief, Springfield rifle..et al) Mr Allen ROUTINELY performed surgery on his calls to keep pace with the game, and he flubbed his share, they all do! Im hearing a LOT of Sterling bashing, yet hear ZERO comments as to who should REPLACE him when and IF he leaves...hint..HE AINT LEAVIN ANYTIME SOON!!!! The Lovers love and the Haters cant wait to hear what he will say next. All you haters out there, admit it...YOU LOVE HIM!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

What is Swish-a-licious?

Anonymous said...

sterling is the man. have you heard other mlb radio broadcasts...boring, not only are his hr calls awesome to hear.. even though they get redundant but it doesnt matter but he adds alot to the game including bullpen moves etc

SUPERFRANKENSTEIN said...

Question for Suzyn:

Does anything spruce up the home like a coat of paint?

Anonymous said...

Does it rain everday in new york?

Gringo Starr said...

What's the deal with the puddle, John?

Tim said...

John, is it possible to keep myself both safe AND secure?

Sterlingsadouchebag said...

"Obviously, as they say, you just can't predict baseball. Obviously, and I know I'm beating a dead horse with this obvious cliche, the Jeterian swing gives me wood. Obviously I'm one sick mofo with major psychoses, but nobody realizes it, obviously. Well, I thank you for the opportunity to elucidate the nadir of my raison d'etre, obviously."

Sterlingsadouchebag said...

Somebody please tell Sterling how to pronounce "azure." Anybody notice how he looks like Clarabell with that ridiculous teased up bald hairdo?

Doesn't anybody from the Yankees listen to the games? Please save us from this insufferable idiot. Just have a psychiatrist listen to a game and then certify him. The intentional mispronunciations and self-aggrandizing posts are too much to bear. Get us Jim Kaat, PLEASE!

Anonymous said...

I missed the answer to the trivia question - what baseball player won the college world series, an olympic gold medal and a world series ring.
Anyone know the answer?

SUPERFRANKENSTEIN said...

I think it's Mientkiewicz.

SUPERFRANKENSTEIN said...

Question for John: isn't baseball amazing?

Anonymous said...

It was Ed Sprague. John was flabbergassed.

Anonymous said...

Question for John:

Why is baseball different than every other game?

JL25and3 said...

"Obviously, and I know I'm beating a dead horse with this obvious cliche..."

Please. John Sterling never, ever, ever says "beating a dead horse." That would make sense. For reasons known only to him, he invariably says "beating a fallen horse," which makes no sense at all.

Evan Piv said...

who keeps your family safe and secure?

Anonymous said...

Question for Suyzn.

Is John exactly right?

John Foley said...

Dear John-
How is a GroundS-rule double better than a Ground-rule double?

Dead Dave Thomas said...

Is Wendy's a decent place for grub, bub?

Woozy Soozy said...

Could you agree any more?

Anonymous said...

Are you flabergasted?

Steven said...

How do ya like that?

Anonymous said...

If a ball is hit high...and far...is it necessarily gone?

A. Grumpus said...

When will Melido Perez be reactivated?

Harold Moskowitz said...

Hi John,

They say -- whoever "they" is -- that Brett Gardner can't hit lefties...tell me, what do you think?

BTES Officers and Board said...

Can you recommend a good steak resturant?

Anonymous said...

Will Suzyn really have everything on her clubhouse report?

Anonymous said...

Does Suzyn Waldman have a dick?

Anonymous said...

What do you and Mark Teixeira have in common?

Anonymous said...

Is Suzyn having a scorching affair with Jayson Nix? Did John catch them smooching in the parking lot?

Anonymous said...

Why is "the" the most interesting word in the phrase "The Yankees Win!!"???