LA: You can’t throw it out over the plate to this guy, cuz he’ll buzz the tower.
LA: And it’s easy to play, Scott, even if it’s only the Brewers who are in the swing.
LA: It’s like playing HORSE against the Brewers in this series, but the Phillies are starting with “S.”
Scott: The sound we hear in our headsets sounds like one of those, “Press 1 for English, press 2 for Spanish.”
LA: Chooch hits 8. That’s for Panamanian.
Scott:: We’re at 7-7 in the ninth, a score that makes Larry thirsty.
LA: May the fourth be with you.
Scott: You’re a couple months late for that.
Scott: I don’t think you’re well-known for your looking at the bright side.
LA: The Braves always try to keep their uniform numbers under 60. What’s wrong with the 60s?
Scott: Somebody had a bad trip.
LA: And it’s easy to play, Scott, even if you give up a lot of first inning runs.
Scott: Time’s fun when you’re having flies, Larry.
Scott: This game is moving at the speed of a 100-story skyscraper.
LA: I spent the last two days watching paint dry at home. Now I gotta do it here.
Scott: Herrera was hit by pitch a half-hour ago and he’s still standing out there at second.
LA: Franco can just buggy with that bat!
Scott: The Phillies tie it up 7-7 here in the seventh.
LA: Speaking of 7-7…
Scott: There’s a little bit of LA haze in the air.
LA: I get that just about all the time.
LA: [In San Francisco] Those aren’t seagulls, they’re vultures!
LA: And it’s easy to play, Scott, even if you’ve had four days off.
LA: And it’s easy to play, Scott, even if it’s scorching outside.
Scott: It’s a little weird that Smiley the Pig would walk into the booth with a plate of bacon.
LA: I’m interested in seeing what happens if something happens. I’m not interested in seeing what happens if nothing happens.
LA: What would chairs look like if our legs bent the other way?
LA: What are we talking about?
LA: I’m not a calendar scholar, but according to my calendar, that’s over two months.
LA: There’s not a point of no return to the bag from whence you came.
LA: Franceour has his own cheering section out there in left field. We should give them a name. Frenchy’s Freaks!
LA: There’s been some times when I wasn’t sure who I was.
Scott: But you found yourself!
LA: I crawled right up on out of that gutter.
Scott: Look at the size of this fly. It’s like a small bird!
LA: It probably has a nest.
Scott: It would hate to be in the booth in Chicago. All those spiders.
LA: It wouldn’t fit in that booth!
LA: Somewhere I was going to say Jason Michaels.
LA: This is remarkably bad baseball.
LA: With these umpires, it’s never gonna happen. You have a better chance of flying to the moon with your arms.
Scott: He gets hit right on the knee. Ouch!
LA: That hurts just looking at it. I’m gonna go home and ice my knee.
Scott: Whatever you do, I know it’ll have ice involved.
LA: Do we “go” to the top of the fifth, or do we just stay for the top of the fifth?
Scott: Were you expecting some kind of response from me?
LA: It’s just a thought. A shallow thought. Most everything that comes out of my mouth is shallow, so everything could be a shallow thought.
Scott: You just love sayin’ that, don’t ya?
LA: FAT HEAD!
LA: What’s that thing called that T-Mac plays? A slide? Slide thing? Electric slide?
Scott: Slide kazoo?
LA: Maybe just a slide.
LA: And it’s easy to play, Scott, even if you’re in Canada.
LA: After the trade to Washington, Papelbon’s already got a Natitude.
Scott: Some would say he’s had a Natitude for a while.
LA: And it’s easy to play, Scott, even if there’s a big introduction for a new guy named Troy Tulowitzki.
Ben: I’ll get my wife a glass of wine when I get home.
LA: Oh, you call it wine now?
JJ: On, that note, we’ll wrap this up!