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Trembley seems like someone i'd love to watch a game with. I thought his emotional reaction to Markakis fielding the ball in right was classic: "Throw him out!"

I really really like Dave Trembley, I think we have a keeper as a skipper.

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What did Trembley do, for those of us without cable?

It is "Wired Wednesday". MASN was interviewing Trembley for most of the top of the 3rd inning.

On the double by Thome, Markakis fired it into second and Thome was safe. Trembley told Gary Thorne that he was glad he was safe and that it was obvious because he didn't know how he would go out there with the microphone on his head. Thorne, Martinez and Trembley were having some good laughs about that.

Then when Markakis slid to try to catch the hit by Konerko unsuccessfully, Markakis rebounded and fired into third to try to throw out Thome. Trembley bursted out "Throw him out" as Markakis did just that. He seems really really cool.

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