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I caught today's game with Detroit's announcers. They need help.

 

They called our catcher Bob Davis, they got Willie Harris and Timo Perez mixed up, and then one of them said the Sox score plenty of runs. Makes Hawk look good.

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They are not as bad as some announcers on Fox.. :puke

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I rather like them (have gotten used to them?). Lots of enthiusiasm without being boosters, call a good game even in a 109 loss season, and have some personality. Not Hawk and DHJ. but I am very comfortable with them.

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Since living in Michigan for school, i do get to listen to them every once in awhile....i dont think they are that bad arnt all biased like chip and steve, as long as I dont have to listen to Rick Sutcliff i am happy....

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I caught today's game with Detroit's announcers.  They need help.

 

They called our catcher Bob Davis, they got  Willie Harris and Timo Perez mixed up, and then one of them said the Sox score plenty of runs.  Makes Hawk look good.

Kirk Gibson is one of them

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I was watching the 10th inning walk debacle on WGN the other night. DJ is just as dreadful as he was the first season he was hired. I thought the first season he was hired that it was the lack of experience as a broadcaster and he'd get better with time. Well, let's just say he hasn't. Makes me really miss Wimpy.

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call a good game even in a 109 loss season

This may be so.

 

But how are they for 119 loss seasons? :D ;)

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