Johnny Bench? Chad Dotson 07/25/2010 10 Can someone explain this? Share this:TweetPocket 10 Responses Y-City Jim 07/25/2010 Harry Caray impersonation? Anna 07/26/2010 Harry Caray impersonation? Hopefully? daedalus 07/26/2010 OMG. Steve Price 07/26/2010 I can’t explain it, but Johnny was at the Reds Hall of Fame induction game and I did not think he looked very well at all. I don’t mean this disrepectfully, but his eyes looked very tired (and almost bug-eyed) and seeing this photo makes me wonder if something isn’t wrong with them. Also saw Pete Rose on TV the other night…and his hair sure seemed to be an odd color of black under a giant Reds hat he was wearing… Steve Price 07/26/2010 One of the funnier moments of the Hall of Fame night was when Borbon was throwing out the first pitch and they had Bench catching. Borbon threw a poor pitch to Bench and insisted on throwing another….which may have been worse than the first pitch he threw. Then somebody said something I didn’t anticipate…Bench was pretty much Borbon’s catcher his entire career. For all the player movements, Borbon included… Borbon pitched 22 games for Angels in 1969. Was with Reds from 1970-mid 1979–531 games Giants for 30 games Cardinals for 10 games Obviously, Bench didn’t catch every one of Borbon’s games, but Bench played more than most catchers do due to his bat. Brien Jackson 07/26/2010 He did a Haray Carey impersonation. Not a very good one, but he gave it a try. Y-City Jim 07/26/2010 It was a Harry Caray impersonation of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.” Reviews were mixed from funny to horrible. Brien Jackson 07/26/2010 @Y-City Jim: It was bad. I give him some credit for trying, but it was bad. I think if you’re going to do an impersonation of a well-liked person like that at in that sort of context, you should probably get a professional. Johnny Bench Allegedly As Harry Caray at Hall of Fame Sings Take Me Out To The Ballgame | straitpinkie.com 07/26/2010 […] Even your own nation can’t explain it: https://redlegnation.com/2010/07/25/johnny-bench/ […] ryseja 07/26/2010 Looks more like an impression of Charles Nelson Reilly to me.