Are you ready for TWISNY? This guy is:
As suggested by Rob Castellano, he will be featured in our end-of-the-season post, "TWISNY: The People Of Citi Field." Harry and Lloyd will too:
Keith Hernandez gave a short speech about the science of baseball bats:
Keith said two of the following three quotes during the segment. Try to pick out the one TWISNY fabricated:
a) "You would go in front of a sink and bone it. It's called boning."
b) "Don't bone too much. It's possible to bone too much."
c) "Everybody grooved. You were stupid if you didn't."
Monday, June 4th
Let's check in with Kevin! Kevin spoke with a group of wild and crazy guys who had an important question for the booth: "Where are all the women at Citi Field?"
This is no laughing matter, Mike Nickeas! The man whose block you almost knocked off has a 1.043 OPS!
Via Baseball Nation.
Do the robot, Cholula Kevin!
Tuesday, June 5th
Mets first base coach Tom Goodwin shot Kevin the stinkeye for setting up shop a little too close to the Mets dugout:
Luckily, Goodwin has that sweet Phiten necklace to ward off bad vibes and keep his body in a soothed, peaceful state. Look it up, it's science.
Well, well, well, look who it is hanging out in the Nationals' dugout. None other than Jerry Manuel:
Look, we appreciate that Davey Johnson is a resourceful manager. But hiring Manuel to hang around the ballpark in order to induce terrifying flashbacks for Mets players managed by him is downright bush league. That's poor, Davey. That's poor, Jerry.
Wednesday, June 6th
Kevin had a little Captain in him:
That might explain why he decided to respond to someone on Twitter with our favorite handle ever: "@FartBurglar":
Finally, we'll close with a montage of Tommy Callahan's visit from Sandusky, Ohio (the dude in the green t-shirt). He made his presence felt like only Tommy Boy can:
"That's right, Kevin, I sold half a million brake pads!"
"The deer was this big. It totally messed up Richard's car!"
"You could get a good look at a Shake Shack Burger by sticking your head up, umm, uhh..."
"Fat guy in a little shirt. Fat guy in a little shirt."
That's all for now. A big thanks this week goes to Rob Castellano. Send any tips or suggestions to ThisWeekInSNY@gmail.com. You will be credited if we run the material.