THE ID OF SID IS QUITE COMPLICATED

 

 

Sports talk radio host Sid Rosenberg is out at 790 The Ticket in Miami and it hasn’t taken the rumor mill long to point Sidney back up north to NYC. You can take Sid out of NY but you can’t take the NY out of Sid. I hope he lands back here in NYC either at WFAN or 1050 ESPN. By the way great job by Neil Best for breaking this story and to Mike Silva at NYBD for the link

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  1. Incompetence- In-comp-et-ence (noun)- not having the ability to successfully complete a task.

    Or, it could be listening to Ed Coleman and Wayne Hagin do a game. Coleman talks and says nothing, brings nothing to the table, and never has a thought, let alone an insight. Plain and simple, he is awful. Hagin is equally pathetic. His “the ball is played by the right fielder and thrown to the second baseman” shit is just beyond belief. His full-time job is to broadcast games, and he does not even take the time to figure out who is playing where. And it is not just spring training, folks. He does it during the regular season, too. He even does it when the Mets are in the field. Hey dumb-ass, you have 25 guys on the team, and you can’t remember their names and the positions they play? Fucking incompetent. Amazing how much incompetence is allowed to fly in this world.

  2. Give Sid Jabba’s job from 1-6pm. There is no possibility he could be worse…none!

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