August thirteen, 2019 | 9:23am
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No longer every announcer enjoys “Gleyber Day” as a lot as John Fine.

Orioles play-by-play man Gary Thorne appears to non-public been broken by Gleyber Torres and the thirteen house runs the Yankees second baseman has hit against Baltimore this season. 

“Means encourage left field, you gotta be kidding me. Goodbye house speed!” Thorne acknowledged after Torres’ Zero.33 house speed of the day in the Yankees’ doubleheader sweep before temporarily falling into an wrathful silence.

“You need to put Four fingers up when Torres comes to the plate which strategy of when he comes spherical Zero.33, it’s too gradual.”

YES Community analyst Paul O’Neill, clearly sensing Thorne’s trouble, then comes into MASN’s sales location to rub in the reality the Yankees had been about to settle their 14th straight sport against the bad Orioles.

“I will bound dispute Gary Thorne I undoubtedly non-public seen ample, too,” O’Neill says on the WPIX broadcast.

“Paul O’Neill is giving me a laborious time. Return to your individual sales location,” Thorne tells him.

“He’s doubtlessly out of phrases, too,” Orioles analyst Jim Palmer responds.

“I’m out of phrases,” Thorne acknowledged, before adding three rapid ones to sum up the team’s trouble.

“Oh my gosh.”

Help in Can also, when Torres hit his Tenth house speed of the season against the Orioles, Thorne changed into once equally distraught.

”I … I don’t know. Goodbye. Dwelling speed. I … I moral … You moral can no longer imagine this taking place in Major League Baseball, or any assorted objective in baseball,” Thorne acknowledged while staring at Torres’ most up to the moment dinger hover into the O’s bullpen in left heart field. “He’s moral unstoppable and it is some distance all house runs against the Orioles.”