Carlos Gonzalez’s eye black led to a complete breakdown in the SNY booth tonight as Gary Cohen, Ron Darling, and Keith Hernandez lost all ability to communicate over the concept of pasties.
"I wasn't talking about the hot dog." There's nothing, nothing better in sportscasting than the awkward silence after one member of a broadcast booth decides to let you know he likes a fan's breasts.
Mets legend and current SNY announcer Keith Hernandez dispensed with his mustache of 25 years today in a charity stunt outside Citi Field today, emerging as a young- if freakish-looking man unsure in his certainty of having made the right decision.
Mets treasure Keith Hernandez tells The New York Times's Richard Sandomir that he might just shave his mustache before the final game of the 2012 season. Hernandez's old Just For Men endorsement deal required that his mustache never go gray, but that contract lapsed earlier this year—"They said our ads were stale,"…
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Both the Mariners DH and the Mets announcer (on camera!) took unscheduled naps during recent games. One is going to be out of a job very soon. The other, well, "he's Keith Hernandez."
Last night's Mets broadcast returned from break just in time to catch the punchline to 'ol Keith's story about a young lady. "I just had to sit down across from her, for around two minutes, and just stare at her."
We've tallied the results and as suspected....your Halloween costumes kind of stunk. Don't sweat it though. At least you weren't burned alive for going to a Scottish soccer match dressed as a sheep.
A fun site is Morristache, the site that dares to celebrate both the glory that is Adam Morrison's mustache, and the mustache in general. One thing bothers us, however. Morristache includes a Hall of Fame section, in which such luminary mustaches as Rollie Fingers and Tom Selleck are included. But, neither Keith…
Two things you can count on with Keith Hernandez, we suppose: 1. To help you move (if you're a guy, specifically Jerry Seinfeld); 2. To tell you to move (if you're a woman, specifically Padres' therapist Kelly Calabrese). Hernandez kind of put his foot in it during Sunday's Mets'
radio television broadcast when he…