Bob Uecker on Sunscreen and Where It Shouldn’t Go

Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker thinks that both Usinger’s Famous Sausage and sunscreen are important things in this life. With regard to them meeting, however, his opinion is that, more or less, never the twain should — if not necessarily in those words.

From the June 3rd broadcast of the Brewers-Pirates game on WTMJ Radio:

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  1. Unless you are a seasoned nudist, it is important to apply sunscreen on your sausage if you expect it to be exposed to the sun as lack of usual UV exposure may result in rapid burning and chafing.

    –Not a doctor.

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  2. Bryan says:

    I love when you post the Ueck clips – I am a lifelong Brewer fan and listen to him whenever I can. Where do you get these clips?

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  3. sanderson13 says:

    I just moved to Madison, Wis. and heard this live! Glad it wasn’t only me that noticed. I nearly laughed myself off the road.

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  4. “Condiments are okay but not sunscreen.”

    UECKER NASTY.

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  5. Kyle says:

    I very much enjoy when you post these clips.

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  6. dp says:

    This is right up there with Hawk Harrelson’s ‘bases full of Seamen’ comment recently, except far more clever and not disgusting.

    Uecker: saucy, but saucy with class

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  7. Sixto L. says:

    Special Stadium Saucy

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