Here's what they had to say about Sterling:
Catch-phrases flop to the ground like beached marlin; "Thaaaaaa Yankees win!" is the worst victory cry ever.Some of ESPN's finest made the list; Joe Morgan ranked 3rd:
3. Joe Morgan: Stubbornly refuses to admit that there's anything to the game of baseball more important than "heart." Laughs off statistics as irrelevant. Still carries grudges from his playing days. Like Bill Walton and other ex-jocks, views every player in comparison to his era -- and strangely enough, nobody ever comes close. Inspired one of the great sports blogs of this decade, but has unfortunately outlasted it.Steve Phillips was 33rd, and John Kruk ranked 46th.
Fox was two-for-two, and both were in the top ten, as Tim McCarver and Joe Buck ranked 8th and 9th:
Other baseball announcers on the list include Thom Brennaman (18th), Kenny "Hawk" Harrelson (40th), and Chip Carey (42nd).
8. Tim McCarver: This is an entry on a list about the worst announcers in sports. See, when you're making a list, you break it down into different categories and put spaces between the entries, so people can tell it's a list. Like this entry about Tim McCarver, Fox baseball analyst. McCarver analyzes baseball for Fox. And while he's analyzing baseball for the Fox network, he offers stunning behind-the-scenes insight, just like you're getting in this entry here. Which is part of a larger list.9. Joe Buck: Alternating between dull and sanctimonious, Buck is a crotchety curmudgeon trapped in a younger man's body. When he's not draining the life out of the greatest moments in modern sports, he's lecturing us on the sad state of the NFL.
And I'm not sure he should be considered an announcer, but Mike Francesa ranked 32nd.