Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s Three for All on Middays with MFB with Lou Merloni, Christian Fauria and Tim Benz. To hear the segment, go to the MFB audio on demand page.
– Greg Amsinger of the MLB Network made an impressive prediction Wednesday night, calling Buster Posey‘s walkoff home run that gave the Giants a 4-2 victory over the Rockies.
“Not only does he call what’s going to happen with Buster Posey at the plate, but he’s also going to call what the play-by-play guy is going to call,” Benz explained.
“It was the next pitch ‘¦ It was literally like seconds,” Merloni marveled.
– Merloni said he recently typed a text message to his wife but forgot to hit “send,” making the message moot.
“Do you guys ever do that?” Merloni asked. “I find myself doing that like all the time. I answer the text and once I’m done typing it, boom, I’m done. And then I go back like two hours later and I realize I never his send, that it’s still sitting there. Am I the only one who does that?”
Said Benz: “Invariably it’s the wife, and invariably it’s something in her world that’s important.”
Added Fauria: “That happened to me this morning. This very morning.”
– Fauria called attention to the fact that Lifetime network’s behind-the-scenes look at “Saved By the Bell” is set to air Monday night.
“All the hookups, all the fights, all the jockeying for position on camera,” Fauria said.
Fauria noted that the show will air repeatedly on Monday night: “In case you miss it, you have lots of opportunities to watch it.”
Said Merloni: “Make sure you text me. Hit send.”