A mere 34 years into his tenure as the Yankees play-by-play announcer, John Sterling is good for a few malapropisms, dated cultural references and kindly grandpa jokes per game. After the Yankees overcame an eight-run deficit to knock off the Orioles in a wild 1411 win on Friday night, the veteran announcer babbled with superlatives describing the thrilling comeback. “That’s the kind game you put on cassette!” Sterling bellowed after Matt Holliday belted a walk-off three-run home run to clinch the win.
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports / USA TODAY Sports No one could be happier with the play of Marc-Andre Fleury this postseason than the Pittsburgh Penguins brass, except maybe the brain-trust in Las Vegas. Fleury has put to rest any doubts about his postseason performance and is playing his best playoff hockey since the 2007-08 campaign. He's made general manager Jim Rutherford look like a genius for not dealing him this season. Many expected that Fleury's days in Pittsburgh would be numbered with the impending NHL expansion draft. Matt Murray proved last season and through most of this regular season that he is the franchise's goalie of the future, leaving doubts about Fleury's role. However,
The fantasy live crew discusses which rookie from days one and two of the draft will be the biggest fantasy stud: Leonard Fournette or Joe Mixon.