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Manny Ramirez Serves as Angel Berroa’s Translator in Post Game Interview

Angel Berroa homered on Wednesday night, his first since ’06. Even though he’s mostly a Spanish speaker, he was interviewed on FSN after the Dodgers’ win. One caveat however: he had Manny Ramirez — the two instantly became friends when Manny arrived in LA — translate the interview for him. As you could imagine, pure hilarity ensued. Turn up your volume for this one, and make sure you’re paying attention around the :50 mark.

How great was that when Berroa got busted? He couldn’t even play his role properly! Once again of course, Manny does not cease to provide entertainment.


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  • http://www.mascasino.es Daniel

    LMAO!!!!Hilarious!!!! Manny is just too much

  • Anders(on) Varejao

    Awesome, glad to see they’re having fun.

    Notice the current winning sterak started exactly when Jeff Kent went down. Just sayin’.

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    In all fairness, if Blake DeWitt homered twice against the Padres pitching and Berroa got one out, I won’t even venture to guess what Kent would have done. It is shocking to see a team that got swept by the Nats go out and beat Haren and Webb in consecutive days. Crazy team.

  • Anders(on) Varejao

    Oh, I’m not trying to make the case that DeWitt is a better hitter than Kent. I’m just saying that his being out of that clubhouse allows the guys to open up, have a little more fun, and be loose without some chapass veteran in his locker telling them to turn the music down and not bother him.

    Purely a locker room argument, not on the field.

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    I usually don’t buy into clubhouse personality issues, but you could be right about this one in terms of how it’s impacted the other players.