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Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez lose minds over Mets ‘stroking out’ comment in SNY booth

Things got weird in the Mets’ broadcast booth on Monday night during the team’s 11-5 win over the Padres in San Diego. With the Mets holding a 5-1 lead, second baseman Jeff McNeil led off the sixth inning with a single off pitcher Steven Wilson. Perhaps feeling the effects from the late start on the West Coast, announcers Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez descended into hilarity, or perhaps delirium, when discussing the hit. “So here we are again, the Mets stroking out eight hits…” Hernandez began to say before Cohen interrupted him with laughter. “Did you say stroking out?” Cohen asked in disbelief. “Yes....
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Gary Cohen pokes fun at Phillies fan pleading with girlfriend during Mets game

This past weekend was a tough one for Phillies fans everywhere, as their series loss to the Mets featured a blown six-run ninth inning lead on Thursday. Announcer Gary Cohen had a great time rubbing the Mets’ success in the faces of the Philadelphia faithful. During his broadcast for SNY Sunday night, which ended in a 6-1 Mets win, Cohen added some commentary on a hilarious video of two Phillies fans sitting together at the game. The pair, which appear to be a couple, is seen talking. The man pleads with the woman as tears are streaming down her face. Cohen...
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Mets broadcaster Gary Cohen parodied a Phillies fan pleading with his girlfriend

It’s been a difficult start to the season for Philadelphia Phillies fans, emphasized by a disappointing series against their division rival New York Mets over the weekend. While the worst part of their young season may have occurred Thursday night, when the Mets posted a seven-run ninth inning to complete a stunning come from behind win, the backend of their Mother’s Day doubleheader was no picnic either.
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