"As much as people focus on home run calls and strikeout calls and big moments, to me it’s the accumulation of all the small moments."
"And all respect to Gary, but Gary's not's a sports radio guy. He doesn't like debating like we do and have to do. He's just different...
"They're tight over there at SNY. Tight, tight, tight. There's only two hours that Carton & Roberts are on over. Whatever it takes."
“I would love to come back, that’s for sure. I enjoy what I do, I enjoy working with you guys.”
Jerry Blevins, the current co-host of the Shea Station podcast with Jomboy Media, will join Gary Cohen tonight in the booth for the New York Mets...
He is always upbeat, but never over the top. No screaming, but his energy remains consistent and smooth throughout a broadcast.
On-screen graphics and gimmicks add to the viewing experience, acting essentially as a reference -- or reward -- for watching the team every night.
"I wasn’t anti-media, but I was just like half of these guys don’t know what the hell they are talking about."
"I am beyond thrilled to announce the next chapter of my career. Beginning Aug. 1, I'm joining SportsNet New York (SNY) as an NFL Insider..."
The game drew 912,000 viewers on TBS. That marks the most watched regular season game in thirteen years.