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Make your own viagra I started off watching this game on ESPN and was quite happy that Sean McDonough was the play by play man. Make your own viagra Then when I heard Rick Sutcliffe and Aaron Boone chiming in, make your own viagra I ducked for cover. Make your own viagra Sutcliffe always sounds like he had a few Rob Roy’s before the game and Boone brings nothing of substance to the telecast. Make your own viagra In fact these three men in a booth is a disaster on every sporting event except for Mets games on SNY. Make your own viagra Gary, make your own viagra Keith and Ron are the gold standard for the three man booth. Make your own viagra The Mark Jackson, make your own viagra Jeff Van Gundy duo would work very well as a three man booth if the third man wasn’t Mike Breen.Put Marv Albert with those two and you’d have the basketball version of sports broadcasting nirvana.

Make your own viagra So back to YUCK I go and as I tune in Michael Kay brings in Kim Jones to the broadcast. Make your own viagra Jones is a very good nuts and bolts reporter having been the Giants beat writer and general NFL correspondent for the Newark Star-Ledger but as a “personality” well she’s lacking in that department . Make your own viagra When she fills in on WFAN she comes off at times as a female version of Mike Francesa, make your own viagra but anyway, make your own viagra Kay brought her in to take about Phil Hughes and his “dead arm”. Make your own viagra Jones went on a dissertation that made me think Highlanders fans have a problem comprehending information as Jones spoke…….very……..slowly…….and…..accented……some….key…..words……in…..her……report……like….it…..was…..remidial…….tv………watching……….

Make your own viagra The fact that she reported that Hughes stopped his throwing session because his arm felt very heavy, make your own viagra to me was a major story and one if I were of the Highlander persuasion would cause me some alarm. Make your own viagra When Jones threw it back to Kay, make your own viagra he acted like it wasn’t a big deal. Make your own viagra To his credit, make your own viagra Al Leiter, make your own viagra a man we all know who pitched in the big leagues, make your own viagra showed the kind of concern I would have thought the newly wed Mr. Make your own viagra Jodi Applegate would have. Make your own viagra  As Leiter spoke about the effects of this on the Highlanders and on Hughes himself, make your own viagra Mr Applegate asked “Al did you ever go through a dead arm period”? Now if Leiter and Kay weren’t BFF’s I’m sure Letier would have exposed Kay for the fraud he is. Make your own viagra Just about every pitcher deals with a dead arm problem, make your own viagra mostly in spring training but the bounce back after a day or three and Leiter was making it known that this situation with Hughes could be very serious. Make your own viagra I guess Kay was more concerned with going home and having some Chicken Parm and then sharing the wedding bed with Madame’ Applegate.

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Make your own viagra Kay went into full rant about the Mets never having been on the celebratory side on a no-no but of course pitchers who at one time toed the rubber for the Amazin’s have and of course he couldn’t wait to felate  his partner Leiter by bringing up his no hitter against the Colorado Rockies when he was a Marlin.

Make your own viagra After ten minutes more of the reading of names of former Mets pitchers who pitched no hitters with clubs other than the Mets I was done.  I watched the rest of the game on ESPN which was more entertaining anyway as Rick Sutcliffe was on his 5th drink by the time I tuned in.

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