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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Top 10 Recorded but Rejected Cuts on Tim McCarver's New LP

ITEM: Saturday's Fox broadcast revealed that Tim McCarver has recorded an album of standards. It was originally a double album, but some tunes didn't make the final cut:

"There used to be a good broadcaster there."
9. "
Wily as a wolverine: the ballad of Pedro Martinez"
"I can see forever with my glass eye."
7. "
That pitch wasn’t down and in, that pitch was down and up.”
"By guessing right, you might have guessed wrong.”
5. "
Mt. Everest erupts again"
4. "Get off my d*ck, Joe Buck" (rap)
"Baseball is a game of inch"
2. "Catch me if you can (A Mark Wohlberg Fastball)"
1. "Jeter on my mind" (duet with Joe Morgan)

Can you pick out the McCarver quotes that are the
real McCoy? Those are courtesy of Shut Up Tim McCarver.

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  • At 10:38 PM, Blogger Jaap said…

    I presume you've already jammed out to the Tim McCarver Must Die song?

    By the way, can you too envision a Joe Buck CD wherein he recites, a la William Shatner, spoken word versions of Beatles classics, or releases an album with Ben Folds?

    How about a Joe Morgan and Lastings Milledge collaboration?

    The possibilities in this universe are simply mind-boggling.

  • At 11:29 PM, Blogger I.M. Forme said…

    Hey I like Ben Folds! He'd never work with Buck, I'm sure.

  • At 2:52 PM, Anonymous cver said…

    Let's not forget the evergreen "Me Fired Valentine".


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