"When they put us together in 2006, none of us really had any idea what we were doing."
"As much as people focus on home run calls and strikeout calls and big moments, to me it’s the accumulation of all the small moments."
"And all respect to Gary, but Gary's not's a sports radio guy. He doesn't like debating like we do and have to do. He's just different...
“I would love to come back, that’s for sure. I enjoy what I do, I enjoy working with you guys.”
The award is presented annually for excellence in baseball broadcasting by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
“Now, you’re altering everyone to the fact that the Yankees are on right now and [that] it’s a close game. You might be losing some viewers...
Cohen, not realizing the audience could hear him asked "why are we showing Yankees highlights?".
“The philosophy that I wanted to bring to the network was I always wanted to have a national sensibility to the way we presented our broadcasts...
After a Mets broadcast team admonished Skyline Chili, Dan Patrick offers a passionate defense of his hometown staple.
The Mets TV analyst had to get stitches on his big toe.