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If you watch Red Sox games, you know Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy can have fun conversations in the booth. During Monday night’s game, the team reflected on the Bruins celebrations with the Stanley Cup on Sunday at Fenway, but remarked they were unable to actually see the Cup up close and in person.
Remy presented Orsillo with the best he could come up with, a tiny replica of the Stanley Cup. Orsillo proceeded to hold up the Cup over his head like it were the actual 35-pound trophy.
“Sadly, Jerry Remy and I wanted a picture with the Cup but had to settle for a miniature kid’s version. It is hard to have a major celebration with such a small trophy, but we made due,” Orsillo said in his blog.
Orsillo turned to his booth assistant and asked her to snap this photo (see above). Priceless.