History Catchphrase / Sports

8th Jul '17 11:30:54 AM nombretomado
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* Tampa Bay Lightning radio PBP announcer Dave Mishkin has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Z45n6Ttvog a particular way of calling goals]]. TheOtherWiki's description of it as "shrieking" is putting it lightly.

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* Tampa Bay Lightning radio PBP announcer Dave Mishkin has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Z45n6Ttvog a particular way of calling goals]]. TheOtherWiki's Wiki/TheOtherWiki's description of it as "shrieking" is putting it lightly.
8th Jun '17 6:03:35 PM igordebraga
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** From announcers to commentators, Thiago Simões describes a goal in the upper net as "where mama hides the cookies" [[note]]derivative of how in Brazil, the crossbar is "where the owl sleeps"[[/note]] - grandma if it's in the lower net.

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** From announcers to commentators, Thiago Simões describes a goal in the upper net as "where mama mama\grandma hides the cookies" [[note]]derivative of how in Brazil, the crossbar is "where the owl sleeps"[[/note]] - grandma if it's in the lower net.sleeps"[[/note]].
26th May '17 7:02:07 PM TerminusOmega13
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* Cleveland Indians play-by-play announcer Tom "Hammy" Hamilton has many:

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* Cleveland Indians radio play-by-play announcer Tom "Hammy" Hamilton has many:



** A SWING AND A DRIVE!! TO DEEP RIGHT/CENTER/LEFT!! AWWAYYYY BACK!! GONNNNEEE!! (For Indians homeruns)

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** A SWING AND A DRIVE!! TO DEEP RIGHT/CENTER/LEFT!! AWWAYYYY BACK!! GONNNNEEE!! (For Indians homeruns)homeruns) This call is so loved by Indians fans, the team will post the videos of special homers WITH Hammy's call to their Facebook page.
26th May '17 6:58:03 PM TerminusOmega13
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** Basketball color commentator Zé Boquinha has "the cow has lied down" for when the result seems settled. This one spread across the fanbase (who frequently react to blowouts on Twitter with both the phrase and pictures of cows) and even other broadcasters (the hockey ones will add that "the cow is on her pajamas" or in case of comebacks, "the cow took some spoiled milk and has risen again!").

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** Basketball color commentator Zé Boquinha has "the cow has lied down" for when the result seems settled. This one spread across the fanbase (who frequently react to blowouts on Twitter with both the phrase and pictures of cows) and even other broadcasters (the hockey ones will add that "the cow is on her pajamas" or in case of comebacks, "the cow took some spoiled milk and has risen again!").again!").
* Cleveland Indians play-by-play announcer Tom "Hammy" Hamilton has many:
**For the first pitch of Indians home games: And we're underway at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario. (The streets the Indians home stadium is located on.)
** A SWING AND A DRIVE!! TO DEEP RIGHT/CENTER/LEFT!! AWWAYYYY BACK!! GONNNNEEE!! (For Indians homeruns)
** And the string is out. (For a full count)
** Oh for the love of Pete/ MM MM MM. (For a bad play by an Indians player)
24th May '17 9:51:03 AM igordebraga
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** Jonathan Legard loves abusing the word "problem" during 2009-2010's BBC coverages.

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** Jonathan Legard loves abusing the word "problem" during 2009-2010's BBC coverages.coverages.
* Common in ESPN Brazil.
** Paulo Antunes has "We have a game" ("Temos um jogo", or more specifically, "Temos um ''[[FunetikAksent djoco]]''!").
** Everaldo Marques compliments outrageous plays with "You are ''ridiculous''!"
** Romulo Mendonça, the resident LargeHam, has a lot, such as [[https://youtu.be/dKFCLgNaZSk "CHAAAAAOS!"]], [[https://youtu.be/pbFmfD9xV54?t=36s "Get me pregnant!"]] reacting to blocks with "Not here, my dear!", "She said goodbye!" for baseball home runs, singing [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pK6DlZLeFs#t=15s "Asereje"]], and a BorrowedCatchphrase during NBA games ([[Videogame/NBAJam "Boom-shak-a-laka!"]]).
** From announcers to commentators, Thiago Simões describes a goal in the upper net as "where mama hides the cookies" [[note]]derivative of how in Brazil, the crossbar is "where the owl sleeps"[[/note]] - grandma if it's in the lower net.
** Basketball color commentator Zé Boquinha has "the cow has lied down" for when the result seems settled. This one spread across the fanbase (who frequently react to blowouts on Twitter with both the phrase and pictures of cows) and even other broadcasters (the hockey ones will add that "the cow is on her pajamas" or in case of comebacks, "the cow took some spoiled milk and has risen again!").
26th Dec '16 12:45:56 PM Xtifr
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* Legendary {{NBC}} (and later {{CBS}}) play-by-play man Dick Enberg would often exclaim "Oh my!" The tone would vary based on the type of play. Nowadays, as the San Diego Padres' PBP man, he uses "Touch 'em all!" when a Padres player hits a home run.

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* Legendary {{NBC}} Creator/{{NBC}} (and later {{CBS}}) Creator/{{CBS}}) play-by-play man Dick Enberg would often exclaim "Oh my!" The tone would vary based on the type of play. Nowadays, as the San Diego Padres' PBP man, he uses "Touch 'em all!" when a Padres player hits a home run.
15th Dec '16 12:41:49 AM KYCubbie
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* Peyton Manning uses the line audible "Omaha! Omaha!" so much that sponsors even noticed and mocked it in his commercials.

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* Peyton Manning uses Creator/PeytonManning used the line audible "Omaha! Omaha!" so much that sponsors even noticed and mocked it in his commercials.



** During Dan Patrick and [[CountdownWithKeithOlbermann Keith Olbermann]]'s {{SportsCenter}} tenure; both would borrow the phrase (in Olbermann's case; it doubled as a ShoutOut since Rosen was Olbermann's first boss when Keith started out at UPI Radio).
* Los Angeles Dodgers announcer Vin Scully always opens his broadcasts with, "Hi, everybody, and a very pleasant good afternoon/evening to you, wherever you may be."

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** During Dan Patrick and [[CountdownWithKeithOlbermann Keith Olbermann]]'s {{SportsCenter}} ''Series/SportsCenter'' tenure; both would borrow the phrase (in Olbermann's case; it doubled as a ShoutOut since Rosen was Olbermann's first boss when Keith started out at UPI Radio).
* Los Angeles Dodgers announcer Vin Scully always opens opened his broadcasts with, "Hi, everybody, and a very pleasant good afternoon/evening to you, wherever you may be."



** Berman spoofed himself with his appearance in Hootie & the Blowfish's music video for "Only Wanna Be With You", where he shouts despairingly "They do not! Go! All! The! Way!"

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** Berman spoofed himself with his appearance in Hootie & the Blowfish's Music/HootieAndTheBlowfish's music video for "Only Wanna Be With You", where he shouts despairingly "They do not! Go! All! The! Way!"



** As long as we're on {{ESPN}} sportscasters, we have to mention Stuart Scott, and his prolific use of "'''Booyah!'''"

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** As long as we're on {{ESPN}} Creator/{{ESPN}} sportscasters, we have to mention Stuart Scott, and his prolific use of "'''Booyah!'''"



* ''FormulaOne'''s commentators upon the race starts:

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* ''FormulaOne'''s ''UsefulNotes/FormulaOne'''s commentators upon the race starts:
20th Oct '15 2:29:26 AM YourEternalTroper
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* Auto racing's [[UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} Darrell Waltrip]]: "Boogity boogity boogity! Let's go racin' boys!" and Larry McReynolds: "Reach up, pull those belts tight. One more time!"

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* Auto racing's [[UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} Darrell Waltrip]]: "Boogity boogity boogity! Let's go racin' boys!" and Larry McReynolds: [=McReynolds=]: "Reach up, pull those belts tight. One more time!"
5th Sep '15 6:47:07 PM nombretomado
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* Auto racing's [[{{NASCAR}} Darrell Waltrip]]: "Boogity boogity boogity! Let's go racin' boys!" and Larry McReynolds: "Reach up, pull those belts tight. One more time!"

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* Auto racing's [[{{NASCAR}} [[UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} Darrell Waltrip]]: "Boogity boogity boogity! Let's go racin' boys!" and Larry McReynolds: "Reach up, pull those belts tight. One more time!"
8th Jun '15 7:35:15 AM manat31790
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** Jonathan Legard loves abusing the word "problem" during 2009-10's BBC coverages.

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** Jonathan Legard loves abusing the word "problem" during 2009-10's 2009-2010's BBC coverages.
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