LA: With the way Chooch hits, it’s tough to defense him.
LA: I wanted cake with icening.
LA: This doesn’t have anything to do with anything, but this field looks really good.
Scott: You’re right. It doesn’t have anything to do with anything. But the field looks very– greenish. I’m glad you pointed that out to our listeners.
LA: If you get picked off here, you might as well not go back to the dugout.
Scott: Halladay will be starting on Tuesday. It’s official.
LA: It’s HBA: Has been announced.
Scott: I don’t remember seeing this umpiring crew this year.
LA: I remember Mike Winters.
Scott: Well, you’re the expert.
LA: I love ‘em all.
Scott: Larry, did you lose a flash drive?
LA: A flash– light?
Scott: A flash drive.
LA: I only use flashlights… If I knew what it was, I’d be able to answer that.
LA: There’s only one guy I know who’s as popular as Vin Scully is–
Scott: Who’s that?
LA: Wheels!… I just made that up.
LA: Charlie better get his arguin’ shoes on, cuz I don’t think this is gonna go well.
Scott: Just before the seventh-inning stretch, fans were headed for the exits.
LA: Standard practice here. Show up around the third, leave around the seventh.
LA: When Joe goes, Joe goes quick.
Scott: What is it about the bun that you don’t like?
LA: [With mouth full] Why do you gotta ask right now?
Scott: Well if it’s so bad, why are you stuffing more into your mouth?
LA: I would have answered you, but Sarge says don’t talk with food in your mouth.
LA: It hasn’t been a good paper route for Pence tonight — three strikeouts.
Scott: That wild pitch moves Howard up to second.
LA: Now it’ll only take two hits to score him. There’s still a little hitch in his giddy-up.
Scott: A rusty wheel.
Scott: You should paint a mural.
LA: I did. It’s in my rec room.
Scott: One color?
LA: Looks just like the wall.
Scott: What a lovely rendition of a wall.
LA: Is this Groundhog Day?
LA: What’s a ute?
Scott: I think it’s a mule or something. What do you think?
LA: A teenager.
LA: What did you think about Halladay in his return from the DL?
LA: They don’t share well here.
JJ: What inning was usually your bad inning?
LA: Usually the one when I was called in.
LA: That’s a bad call.
LA: That ball was slower than the temperature.
LA: He got yammed pretty good on that pitch.
LA: Let’s make up some rumors. Can you Tweet?
Scott: No. How bout you?
LA: No, but I am a rockin’ robin.
Scott: We have thousands of listeners. We can just say rumors on the radio.
LA: Hear about that Pujols deal?
Scott: No, Larry. Do tell!
LA: Carlos Gomez is a mustard-wearin’– he’s hitting .233 and acts like he’s in the Hall of Fame.
Scott: Victorino is taken out due to a contusion in his elbow.
LA: Sounds like a bruise to me. They gotta use all these medical terms.
Scott: Josh Johnson left the game with a skin irritation on his finger.
LA: That means a blister.
LA: Sarge was trying to be Stevie Wonder singing to the accordion.
Scott: Don’t let the facts get in the way of an erroneous stat.
Scott: With your advanced math skills, you’d be good at counting dice.
LA: Bastardo has a tendency to bring the game to a screeching halt.
Scott: Do you think Chipper’s game-used glove is going to be worth more than this broadcaster’s game-used soda cup?
LA: Oh that thing’s filled up. It’s a treasure (tray-sure). It’s a treasure trove.
LA: What color would you call that infield grass? Bermuda neon?
LA: The TV monitor here in the booth is so big, it’s like having a theater in the bathroom.
Scott: You’d never leave! You hardly ever leave as it is.
Scott: And the count is full at 3 and 1.
LA: No it’s not!