The tension at the end of Game 4 of the American League Championship Series left Red Sox fans on edge. But Andrew Benintendi's game-saving catch sent a Red Sox station a step further and got him completely out of his chair.
Joe Castiglione, the longtime Red Sox radio station on WEEI, landed on his live call to the finals Although he dropped from his place in the exciting stoppage of Benintendi's scuba diving game to save an 8-6 Boston victory, . @RedSox The radio station Joe Castiglione was so excited at the last game that he literally fell off his seat.
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In the background of the radio program, which Castiglione called Benintendis, was a movement toward hear catch. And after his voice came away from the microphone for a moment, the 71-year-old – who quickly recovered – added, "I just went head over heels into my chair!"
Without missing a beat, Castiglione kicked back the circumstances of the recent Red Sox ALCS win as Boston led 3-1.
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