I have to admit, I didn't see this one coming. We recently discussed how Bob Costas reacted to a video of him being more than a bit hard on Cubs MLB pitcher Pedro Strop by going full-tirade on the internet and social media. Within that...Show More Summary
You would only really know this if you're a baseball fan, but Bob Costas went ahead and stepped in it recently while calling a Cubs vs. Cardinals game. You see, relief pitcher Pedro Strop came out to work from the bullpen and promptly crapped himself on the mound (not literally). Show More Summary
Cubs Pitcher Pedro Strop had a bad night last night but still pointed to the heavens as he exited the game. Bob Costas ripped him for it.
It just sounds so right, so obvious that you just know you’ve heard Tim McCarver and Bob Costas do a baseball game together, correct? You figure that since McCarver was the analyst on four networks (ABC, CBS, Fox and the Baseball Network) over the last 35 years and since Costas was an integral part of […]
It just sounds so right, so obvious that you just know you’ve heard Tim McCarver and Bob Costas do a baseball game together, correct?You figure that since McCarver was the analyst on four networks (ABC, CBS, Fox and the Baseball Network)...Show More Summary
Is there anything worse than Bob Costas talking about “the ethos of the mob” and “clicks” and “ad-hominem attacks” every time he opens his mouth to answer a question about the internet? I submit that there isn’t. Read more...
Bob Costas apologized Sunday to Pedro Strop for the bizarre comment he made about the Chicago Cubs pitcher during an MLB Network telecast Friday night.
Bob Costas and Tim McCarver. Tim McCarver and Bob Costas. Think about that. These two certainly know each other, but they’ve only worked together on a game twice. When you say? That was back in 1980 when Costas was a backup announcer...Show More Summary
We have no use for Bob Costas, so this fell right into our wheelhouse. Costas is a clone of Keith Olberman a sportscaster with totally loony political opinions.
To be clear, professional sports broadcasting is thankfully long past the time when the announcers would annoyingly sugarcoat dismal player performances. (Though I would prefer that those who actually played the game engage in this criticism,...Show More Summary
By his own admission, Bob Costas’s comments about the Cubs’ Pedro Strop during a recent game were excessively “harsh,” so he apologized to the relief pitcher. For his part, Strop didn’t seem to hold any grudge, telling reporters Sunday, “We all make mistakes.”Read full article >>
Oh. My. Goodness!!! Sportscaster Bob Costas apparently must not have wanted to watch baseball on Friday night, because he went in on a player for the Chicago Cubs during a live TV broadcast! Pedro Strop gave up a home run and allowed two other batters to get on base in a close game, and Costas just wasn't [...]
Cubs pitcher Pedro Strop had a rough day on the mound Friday against the Cardinals, and veteran broadcaster Bob Costas destroyed (...)
When we think of Bob Costas, we think of an idealistic Cardinals fan or the guy that hosted the nightly Olympics show with his eye hanging out of his face. However, we were treated to a new, vindictive side to the multi-sport announcer as he called the Cubs-Cardinals game on Friday. During the contest, Cubs pitcher […]
Sunday morning's baseball includes Giancarlo Stanton's broken hand, an emotional Bob Costas, and the day major league pitchers became afraid of Bryce Harper. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
We told you about Bob Costas going all HAM on Cubs pitcher Pedro Strop during Friday night’s Chicago-St. Louis game on MLB Network. Costas was not happy with Strop as he pointed skyward after getting pulled after just 18 pitches. The...Show More Summary
Bob Costas will apologize to Pedro Strop for launching into an inexplicable, hilarious, and just plain dirty burn on the Cubs reliever after Strop’s poor outing Friday night. Read more...
Bob Costas is one of the most respected voices in baseball. But even the legends strike out on occasion.
Bob Costas has called some games, you know? You could even say he's called some of the great games in the history of U.S. sports. So when you step up to the mound and you know Bob Costas is on the mic, you better bring it. You better bring it every goddamned time. Show More Summary
Going to have to agree with Deadspin's headline here: "Holy Shit, Bob Costas."