Some of the highs and lows of watching Dodgers-Phillies Game 2.
"It's another sun-splashed California day," said Chip Caray, which was better than Thursday's "Deja vu all over again" start to Game 1. But Caray couldn't stop. "Bright sunny skies," he said. "Near 90-degree temperatures." He referred to the sun more times than I wanted to count. Chip, it's Southern California. And, yes, that was the sun.
In the bottom of the fourth, with Manny Ramirez at bat, TBS had a graphic that indicated Ramirez had never hit a postseason home run. Oops. Manny hit one Thursday night. Just for starters.
With the Dodgers behind, 1-0, Ramirez struck out for the second out in the seventh.
While analyst Ron Darling was saying Ramirez looked as if, "He's teetering on a boat in stormy waters," Ramirez put his batting helmet on the top of the bat as if he were putting his own head on a skewer.