It hard to believe that Jerry Remy has been the Red Sox analyst on NESN dating back to 1988. At first, he was cable-only, teamed with Ned Martin, then eventually doing both broadcast and cable when WABU-TV purchased the over the air rights from WSBK in 1995. Since then, he’s been the every day analyst during the regular season and on Sunday, he reached his 3,000th game.
NESN decided to celebrate Remy’s milestone by looking back at three of his funnier moments.
Since you can’t see those videos due to MLB restrictions, I’ll post two of them for you here. First, the air guitar incident where Jerry fell off the desk.
Next, here’s my all-time favorite, the pizza throw! Here it comes!
Unfortunately, I can’t find the third clip of Raymond the Tampa Bay Rays mascot going after Jerry, but trust me, it’s pretty funny. That will do it. Congratulations, Jerry on 3,000 games as a Red Sox broadcaster.