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So it's been a while since I submitted anything to Newgrounds and I thought that I'd try one or two pieces that I'd heard over the years, to see if my voice is up to much. Apparently not, because I'm not overly satisfied with this, though it will have to do.
Right, this is the late, great Phil "Scooter" Ruizzuto's commentary from a New York Yankees baseball game, used by MeatLoaf during the foreplay section of his hit song "Paradise by the Dashboard Light"
Ok, here we go, we got a real pressure cooker going here, two down, nobody on, no score, bottom of the ninth.
There's the wind-up and there it is, a line shot up the middle, look at him go. This boy can really fly! He's rounding first and really turning it on now, he's not letting up at all, he's gonna try for second; the ball is bobbled out in center and here comes the throw, and what a throw! He's gonna slide in head first, here he comes, he's out! No, wait, safe--safe at second base, this kid really makes things happen out there.
Batter steps up to the plate, here's the pitch -- he's going, and what a jump he's got, he's trying for third, here's the throw, it's in the dirt -- safe at third! Holy cow, stolen base!
He's taking a pretty big lead out there, almost daring him to try and pick him off. The pitcher glance over, winds up, and it's bunted, bunted down the third base line, the suicide squeeze in on! Here he comes, squeeze play, it's gonna be close, here's the throw, there's the play at the plate, holy cow, I think he's gonna make it!
If someone wants to mock this up with the music and other sounds, I'd be absolutely thrilled, as this piece is close to my heart, being to do with the Yankees and of course part of a great song that I love duetting, when I get the chance.