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New memories and old bloopers



As we all get ready for the new memories to be created at TF. I was just reminiscing about some of my favorite radio and TV guffaws made by Twins' announcers in the past. Since I am in Japan and can't listen or watch games, my favorite bloopers are older ones. I think it would be interesting to hear some of Twinkie Town's best radio/TV bloopers. I have a couple, but the my favorite is one by Frank Quilici as the TV color commentator for the Twins (way) back when I was just out of high school.

"There's a seeing eye dog into left field."

My friend and I watching the game nearly fell off the couch we were laughing so hard, but apparently, it went unnoticed by the other broadcaster--either that or he ran out of the studio.

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