Home tonight nursing bronchitis. Not fun.
Watching the game, which isn’t much tonight. Actually it’s nights like this that show the quality of a broadcast crew. It’s a nothing game, but Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez still bring a lot to the table. Cohen talking about how Lima is facing the end of his career and Hernandez about how the 1986 team was slowly dismantled. And, criticizing Jose Reyes for his headfirst slide into first.
I also like listening to Ralph Kiner. He’s slower now, but still makes a good point. Like how Curt Flood could track fly balls with the bill of his cap … footwork about the first base bag … how to approach a Home Run Derby.
All good stuff.