BREAKING: John Sterling today set a new World WinWarble mark, splattering all over his previous record of 8.02 seconds by more than three whole seconds. However, the remarkable 11.58-second warble -- technically, classified as a WinMageddon -- will be debated by Yankeeologists for years. The reason: The use of artificial verbal enhancements to elongate the Warbling effect.
IS THIS THE LONGEST WINWARBLE IN HISTORY? Or a sign that the game of baseball is losing its integrity?