As the Captain, Derek Jeter, steps up to the plate, stepping up to the microphone is the voice of the New York Yankees, John Sterling.
Two for two with adaptations of musicals from the stage/screen. As long as he stays away from Andrew Lloyd Webber, I'm cool with it.
Willy Wonka is from 1971...at least Sterling is getting more up to date!www.sterlingstinks.blogspot.com
I'd call it an improvement.
Look out, look out, the Candy Man. Here he comes and it's gone again.
That homer last night was the grandishest thing I've ever seen.
Awesome video man, that is too funny. Great work editing that.This latest call has me considering compiling the ten best Yankee home run calls Sterling's ever had. I've got a pretty good idea, but do you know of any past Yankees that were great?Obviously I've got Bern Baby Bern and the Giambino, but not too many past players. Figured I'd consult the Sterling expert before I actually wrote the column.Thanks!
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