Listening to Joe Buck and McCarver call a Sox-Cards Series is like...

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    ...is like Ram and Moon piling on Softy.

     
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    Re: Listening to Joe Buck and McCarver call a Sox-Cards Series is like...

    The problem with these two is they get a "theme" for a particular game and never shut up about it.

    Their main "theme" for the ALCS was generally THE DETROIT STARTING ROTATION and they said Scherzer and Verlander over and over, miked them on games they didn't pitch and for the most part pretty much ignored the fact that Lester and Lackey outpitched their darlings.

    So far the main "theme" for the WS is the Cardinals pitchers who are just out of diapers (evidently, although they look like men to me). Expect Wacha to have a microphone on in the dugout during Game 3....and expect these two dopes to be talking to him and ignore what is happening on the field.

     

     
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    Limbaugh and Hannity reporting at the Democratic National Convention (Hannity actual did it once, with, of all people, Newt Gingrich; ironically, I believe this was in 2004)

     
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    listening to Pike explain...well......anything...:-)

     
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    Re: Listening to Joe Buck and McCarver call a Sox-Cards Series is like...

    In response to ZILLAGOD's comment:

    The problem with these two is they get a "theme" for a particular game and never shut up about it.

    Their main "theme" for the ALCS was generally THE DETROIT STARTING ROTATION and they said Scherzer and Verlander over and over, miked them on games they didn't pitch and for the most part pretty much ignored the fact that Lester and Lackey outpitched their darlings.

    So far the main "theme" for the WS is the Cardinals pitchers who are just out of diapers (evidently, although they look like men to me). Expect Wacha to have a microphone on in the dugout during Game 3....and expect these two dopes to be talking to him and ignore what is happening on the field.

     



    Totally agree with you...  In my opinion, the primary thing in any media is making money and lots of it.  Nothing is more important!  Therefore, whatever the media brain trust believe is the "ya ya" for the given moment, that will be the focus regardless of the actual event.  Whatever it takes to move those ratings because ratings equate to lots of money.  Typically, Americans love success stories especially by a young "nobody"...  

     
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    Re: Listening to Joe Buck and McCarver call a Sox-Cards Series is like...

    In response to nhsteven's comment:
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    Limbaugh and Hannity reporting at the Democratic National Convention (Hannity actual did it once, with, of all people, Newt Gingrich; ironically, I believe this was in 2004)

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    Ha

    I'm telling ya man, it's like Hitler and Mel Gibson covering a Israel vs. Germany sporting event;-)

     
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    Re: Listening to Joe Buck and McCarver call a Sox-Cards Series is like...

    In response to rameakap's comment:
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    In response to nhsteven's comment:
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    Limbaugh and Hannity reporting at the Democratic National Convention (Hannity actual did it once, with, of all people, Newt Gingrich; ironically, I believe this was in 2004)

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    Ha

    I'm telling ya man, it's like Hitler and Mel Gibson covering a Israel vs. Germany sporting event;-)

    [/QUOTE]


    Mel Gibson may have made anti-semitic remarks, but don't compare him to Hitler.

     
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    Re: Listening to Joe Buck and McCarver call a Sox-Cards Series is like...

    In response to jaytftwofive's comment:
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    In response to rameakap's comment:
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    In response to nhsteven's comment:
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    Limbaugh and Hannity reporting at the Democratic National Convention (Hannity actual did it once, with, of all people, Newt Gingrich; ironically, I believe this was in 2004)

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    Joe Buck (like Mel) isn't close to be as bad as McCarver... and yes, nobosy deserves to be legitimately compared to Hitler, it is just a joke

    But how giddy they are to see the Cards take the lead again is shameful


    Ha

    I'm telling ya man, it's like Hitler and Mel Gibson covering a Israel vs. Germany sporting event;-)

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    Mel Gibson may have made anti-semitic remarks, but don't compare him to Hitler.

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    Re: Listening to Joe Buck and McCarver call a Sox-Cards Series is like...

    Give Buck some credit.  He has to carry McCarver.  It's hard doing the play by play and the color while tactfully correcting McCarver.  No play by play guy also does color.

    Mccarver should just keep quiet.  He strikes me as an old dude that constantly wets himself without knowing it.

     

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