Drew’s Morning Dish — Tues., July 16

July 16, 2013 | Drew Forrester

Drew’s Morning Dish — Tues., July 16

“Back, back, back, back, back, back, back, back, back…”

ENOUGH ALREADY!!!

No wonder I can’t stomach watching the Home Run Derby.

Tell that guy to please, please, please, come up with some material.

Even I don’t use the “I don’t like cocaine anymore, I just like the way it smells” line every single day.

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If you watched last night’s HRD, you noticed that after each at bat, a youngster ran out and gave the All-Star a towel and a bottle of Gatorade.  How funny would it have been if they also handed out a small vial of synthetic testosterone, too?

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For the record, I’ll take the National League in tonight’s All-Star Game, 4 to 2.

With all that offensive power on the A.L. side, I’m just going to assume they’ll fizzle out.

Pitching wins.

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We’re now to band #9 in my list of all-time “under-appreciated” bands.  Yesterday, at #10, it was “Yes”.  Today, it’s a band from Princeton, NJ that I’ve always felt didn’t get their due.  HERE THEY ARE FOR YOU.

 

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  1. raz_la Says:

    I couldn’t agree with you more………….Berman is so 1990′s.

  2. Chuck Says:

    Berman’s shtick was old even when it wasn’t. It’s kind of like a self-serving local narcissistic radio guy going on and on and on year after year after year about how and old owner of a local major sports franchise spends every waking day trying to sabatoge him. And then the local radio guy leads a boycott and walk out of the team whose owner he despises repeating the mantra to local dummy fans that the only way the team will ever improve is when the owner sells the team. But then the team finally improves dramatically through shrewd trades, draft picks and even some free agent signings, under the very owner the local radio guy said must sell the team or else the team would never improve. (DF: You’re lucky – assuming you’re actually a fan of the baseball team – that someone in town had the balls to say *something* about the sorry state of the franchise for a decade. You people crack me up…)

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