Arizona Diamondbacks' pitcher Wade Miley committed an error Tuesday night, and when Karl Ravech and Chris Singleton were showing highlights of it on 'Baseball Tonight,' Singleton couldn't help himself -- he just had to find a way to name-drop the risque 18-year-old singing daughter of Billy Ray, whose first name is the same as Wade's surname. I guess it was put on a tee for the 39-year-old analyst:
Karl Ravech: "Cook lays a bunt down here, and Miley ... Agh. He was looking everywhere except for the ball in the glove."
Chris Singleton: "He was Cyrus on that one. Just gotta grab it, get the sure out at first base."
I'm not positive, but I think Singleton is implying that Miley Cyrus needs to work on her PFPs, which definitely clears up what her best friend Leslie was talking about. On a related note, I'll never get over the Tigers Cyrus'ing the 2006 World Series...
Almost 100% sure that, that 5000 hit video is not actually John Sterling. Sounds like someone doing an impersonation of him.