With no real baseball games to call, opposing broadcast teams are still finding a way to take their shots at the Houston Astros.
While calling a virtual game between the New York Mets and Astros on Tuesday evening, SNY play-by-play man Gary Cohen was quick to recognize the muted crowd to color commentator Ron Darling.
"You can hear very little from the crowd tonight, it almost feels like you're playing in a library," Cohen noticed. "Which would mean that, any sound that might be emanating from the dugout, say the sound of a trash can being banged, would be quite formidable."
Before the beginning of the 2020 campaign was postponed, the Astros were slated to host the Mets for a two-game set beginning on April 7.