Video: Next Up Impersonating Tim Kurkjian: Tim Dillard

The Tim Kurkjian Impression Contest has been, hands down, the best part of spring training. Next up, Milwaukee’s Tim Dillard:

Kurkjian’s reaction when Dillard showed up was just priceless. As for Dillard, that was good. Very good. Excellent use of ridiculously obscure stats; Dillard did his homework. I appreciate that. And the Nyjer Morgan impression as Kurkjian put it over the top. Needless to say, I was very impressed.

So, who ya got: Dillard or J.P. Arencibia? This one’s too close to call.




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15 Responses to “Video: Next Up Impersonating Tim Kurkjian: Tim Dillard”

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  1. Kyle says:

    I didn’t want to enjoy this. But I did.

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    • I felt the same way. I, too, had become cynical of all the Kurkjian impersonating. I said, “Another one?” But then I watched it. And I laughed. I felt it was worthy enough to post. I haven’t felt that way since Arencibia started us on this journey.

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  2. Dylan says:

    The J.P Impersonation was better but this one was funnier!

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  3. Beachy Keen says:

    This has to be a meme now. You know, knowing the most obscure stats and reciting them in such a manner as to sound like Tim Kurkjian. #Kurkjianing? As in my during the fantasy draft, Bill started Kurkjianing about Craig Counsell for no reason at all.

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  4. Red Sox prospect guy (Pete Ruiz) and the Elliot Johnson were better than JP Arencibia.

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  5. Chike says:

    These are funny, but slightly painful to watch. I mean, Kurkjian is standing right there! How embarrassing. He seems like he’s good sport about it, but I don’t think too many people would be all smiles if they were constantly mocked on national television.

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  6. MikeS says:

    It must be really hard to upstage Nyjer Morgan like that.

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