Adam Jones & Rich Keefe Impersonate Jerry Remy’s Tooth Falling Out Mid-Broadcast
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BOSTON (CBS) – In the final game of a series in which they were swept, the Red Sox were trounced by the Cubs 16-9 in front of the Fenway faithful.
Aside from Mookie Betts hitting his first major league home run, the game itself was quite uneventful. The Sox were down three runs before they could even blink and were never really a threat to take the lead.
For those watching on NESN, the biggest highlight of the game came in the fourth inning when television analyst Jerry Remy lost his tooth. Just fell right out of his mouth. Remy tried to put it back in to no avail and will likely be scheduling an appointment with his orthodontist in the near future.
Well this got the wheels spinning on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The Adam Jones Show.
Adam Jones and Rich Keefe have done impersonations before, most notably their spot-on interpretation of John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman during the Michael Pineda pine tar incident.
Guess what folks? Sterling and Waldman are back.
Jones and Keefe once again take on the roles of John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman, only this time Sterling is taking on the role of Don Orsillo, and Waldman as Remy.
“It’s an impression of an impression. Like a movie within a movie,” joked Keefe.
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