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    Re: Favorite and Least Favorite On-Air TV (or Radio) Personalities for MLB

    Iím still salty that Kemp is suddenly good again
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    Re: Favorite and Least Favorite On-Air TV (or Radio) Personalities for MLB

    He started off hot but has flamed out after the All Star Break and looks like a part-time player again. Still, there was no reason Luvello shouldn't have intentionally walked Kemp in the 9th with Puig on deck after Kemp owned Bradley the day before. Puig is an automatic strikeout.
    4/20/2011 - GTFO.

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    Re: Favorite and Least Favorite On-Air TV (or Radio) Personalities for MLB

    Dbags should engineer more late inning meltdowns so I can enjoy their broadcasters' salty reactions, IMO.
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