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Jerry Remy Gerald Peter Remy (born November 8, 1952 in Fall River, Massachusetts) is a former second baseman in Major League Baseball. Remy grew up in Somerset, Massachusetts, and currently resides in Weston, Massachusetts.

In 1971, Remy was drafted in the 8th round by the California Angels. He played three seasons for the Angels starting in 1975 before being traded to the Boston Red Sox, where he played seven more years. He was an All-Star selection in 1978, though he did not appear in the game.

 

He was released by the Red Sox in 1985. Bill James in his Historical Abstract rated him as the 100th greatest second baseman of all time, as of 2002.

Remy is currently enjoying success in broadcasting, working for the New England Sports Network (NESN), and is the color commentator for all NESN Red Sox broadcasts along with play-by-play announcer Don Orsillo. He is a well-loved figure in Red Sox Nation, bringing his humble yet affable personality to every televised game.

 

Small traditions followed by Jerry include always greeting Spanish-speaking viewers with Buenas noches amigos or another appropriate greeting upon the announcement of the SAP simulcast, and by bringing a doll of Wally the Green Monster (the Sox' mascot) and his white adirondack chair to the announcer's booth of every ballpark the Red Sox visit.

 

Remy loves to regale viewers with tales of his frequent vacations in Aruba. He is affectionately known as the "Rem Dawg." He lends this nickname to his hot dog stand, "RemDawgs" on Yawkey Way outside of Fenway Park in Boston on game days. He is planning to open a second location at Boston's Logan Airport. He also runs a web site, The Remy Report, and is the author of the book Watching Baseball.

Remy has also served as a color analyst for FOX's national coverage of Major League Baseball, primarily assigned to games in the Northeastern U.S.

Remy will be inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame in 2006.

 

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Jerry Remy to Release CD Singing Favorite Baseball SongsTesting the theory that he can sell anything that bears the name RemDawg, Jerry Remy is planning to release a CD, Singing Baseball, featuring the famed television analyst singing his favorite baseball songs.  “I think I’ve proven that I can sell anything,” said a boastful RemDawg. 

 

“For years I’ve enjoyed singing these baseball songs on the way to the park.  So when someone suggested I record them and sell them I said, Why not?”


           “I’ll tell you why not,” said envious broadcaster partner Don Orsillo.  “He is the single most horrific singer I’ve heard in my life.  He gave me a copy of the CD, and I’m like, ‘You’re actually going to let the public hear this?’  He sounds like some animal being choked to death.  Take Me Out to the Ballgame is totally unrecognizable; Centerfield sounds like the mating call of the bullfrog.  Off-key doesn’t even begin to describe it.  And the amazing thing is that instead of being embarrassed, the guy’s all proud of it!  He’s actually bragging about it. Unbelievable!”  Others in the clubhouse confirm Orsillo’s view.  “I use the CD to scare the coyotes out of my yard,” says Curt Schilling.  “But for entertainment?  Please.  It might be something you could use on terrorism suspects or something.  It’d break me in about 30 seconds.”  Orsillo thinks that when the public hears the CD it might just be the break he’s been looking for.  “When people listen to that crap, I think it’s going to turn the public off, and finally, I’ll be New England’s favorite broadcaster. Then, we get rid of Jerry, and bring in someone like Oil Can Boyd, to make me look really good.  I’m telling you, this CD might be the best thing that ever happened to me!”

 
 
Jerry Remy Boston Red Sox Color Analyst

Jerry Remy Red Sox remdawgNickname: Rem Dawg
Family: Wife & 3 children
Hobbies: Working out
Pets: Dog
Favorite Sport to watch (other than baseball): Football
Favorite sports to play (other than baseball): Tennis
Favorite Food: Pasta
Favorite TV Show: The Sopranos
Favorite Singer or Musical Group: The Beatles
Favorite Movie: Analyze This
Favorite Piece of clothing: Shorts and a T-shirt
What was your most embarrassing moment in baseball? Two errors on two straight pitches.
Favorite professional team growing up? Boston Red Sox
Favorite professional player growing up? Pete Rose

Jerry Remy began as NESN's Boston Red Sox color analyst in March of 1988, teaming up with veteran play-by-play announcer Ned Martin. Voted Massachusetts’ favorite TV announcer by Sports Illustrated in 2004, Remy has been honored with 4 Emmy Awards and was named the Massachusetts Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association in 2004.

A fan favorite and former second baseman, Remy played 10 years in the major leagues including seven with Red Sox. The Somerset, Massachusetts native was originally signed by the California Angels in 1971 and made his big league debut in 1975. In December of 1977 he was traded to the Red Sox for pitcher Don Aase. He played second base for the Red Sox from 1978-1985, when a knee injury forced his retirement during spring training of 1986.

Remy had his best year in 1978 when he batted .278, scored 87 runs, stole 30 bases and was selected to the American League All-Star team. He finished his career with a .275 average, 208 stolen bases and a .981 fielding percentage.

Remy was recently voted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame and will be inducted in a ceremony this fall.

Jerry Remy Career Hitting Statistics

 

TEAM

 

G

 

AB

 

H

 

2B

 

3B

 

HR

 

R

 

RBI

 

BB

 

SO

 

SH

 

SF

 

HBP

 

AVG

 

OBP

 

SLG

1975 Angels

147

569

147

17

5

1

82

46

45

55

12

3

0

.258

.311

.311

1976 Angels

143

502

132

14

3

0

64

28

38

43

13

4

0

.263

.312

.303

1977 Angels

154

575

145

19

10

4

74

44

59

59

19

4

2

.252

.322

.341

1978 Red Sox

148

583

162

24

6

2

87

44

40

55

14

6

0

.278

.321

.350

1979 Red Sox

80

306

91

11

2

0

49

29

26

25

6

2

0

.297

.350

.346

1980 Red Sox

63

230

72

7

2

0

24

9

10

14

7

2

0

.313

.339

.361

1981 Red Sox

88

358

110

9

1

0

55

31

36

30

13

3

0

.307

.368

.338

1982 Red Sox

155

636

178

22

3

0

89

47

55

77

18

5

2

.280

.337

.324

1983 Red Sox

146

592

163

16

5

0

73

43

40

35

12

3

0

.275

.320

.319

1984 Red Sox

30

104

26

1

1

0

8

8

7

11

2

0

0

.250

.297

.279

 

CAREER

G

AB

H

2B

3B

HR

R

RBI

BB

SO

 

SH

SF

 

HBP

AVG

 

OBP

 

SLG

 

10 Years

1,154

4,455

1,226

140

38

7

605

329

356

404

116

32

4

.275

.327

.328

Statistics courtesy of The Baseball Almanac

 

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Exploring the Cult of Jerry Remy the "Rem Dawg"
by John Molori of the Eagle-Tribune

He is the latest in a long line of beloved Boston broadcasters. From Johnny Most to Fred Cusick to Ned Martin to Gil Santos and Gino Cappelletti, Red Sox analyst Jerry Remy is fast joining a select pantheon.

Ironically, it was the late Ned Martin who gave Remy his initial pointers in broadcasting.

"He was the best possible guy to break in with," says Remy, who currently works Red Sox games on NESN, WBZ and UPN38. "He was so laid back, so relaxed. Nothing bothered him. Ned allowed me to grow. He called my attention to some grammatical errors, but he was never overbearing and had a lot of patience."

Clearly, Martin saw something that even Remy did not see.

The erstwhile Red Sox second baseman (1978-1984) had no plans to enter the broadcasting field, instead opting for a post-retirement coaching gig with the New Britain Red Sox in 1986.

Remy took all of 1987 off and began his TV career in 1988. Last week, he broadcast his 2,000th Red Sox game.

"That's 2,000 more games than I expected to do," says the 50-year-old Weston resident. "I just kind of threw my name in the hat back in 1988 and I got the job. I had no idea what I was doing. I knew baseball, but knew nothing about the TV end of things."

The Somerset native settled into broadcasting because it kept him in baseball, but also afforded him time with his family.

"I don't have the pressure of a coach or manager," says Remy, who has been married 28 years and has three children. "I had to learn things like calling replays and interacting with my partner. My first year, I was horrible. I was so conscious of making a mistake."

Remy has come a long way since those early days. His current style is one of information and entertainment. In the past few seasons, Remy has incorporated more of his sense of humor into his work. It has been well received by viewers.

"You have to earn the confidence and trust of the people before you can make them laugh," says Remy. "I'm just being myself. You can't be a phony. I was not a superstar player (1975-84 with the Angels and Red Sox: 7 HR, 329 RBI, .275 average), so people can relate to me.

"The No. 1 job is to be the best analyst you can be, but you have to have some levity at times. People are inviting you into their homes. You don't want to be a guy that they don't like."

Broadcast brethren

Remy credits longtime partner Sean McDonough with bringing him to another level as an analyst. "Sean brought out the best in me," he says. "He is absolutely brilliant. He is not afraid to offer his opinion and has tremendous recall.

"I feel that he is one of the best baseball announcers in the business, even at the network level. I credit him for my success in this business."

Remy calls Red Sox games with McDonough this season on WBZ and UPN38.

The strength of the tandem is their in-game discourse.

"He offers his opinion and I offer mine. His knowledge of the game creates the interaction," says Remy. "Sean makes me think. We let the game dictate where our conversations will go, but we are not afraid to tackle a particular issue surrounding the team.

"Sean and I are great friends off the air. I've gotten along with all the guys I've worked with, from Ned to Bob Kurtz to Sean to Don Orsillo. I've never had a problem with any of them."

Orsillo has worked NESN games with Remy since 2001. He speaks glowingly of his partner.

"My first year, Jerry taught me so much, simple things like where to sit on the plane or how to get in and out of the stadiums," says Orsillo. "He took me under his wing and showed me the ropes.

"During a game, he thinks like a manager. He is always one inning ahead of the action. I have learned what questions to ask him to draw the best out of him."

Orsillo marvels at Remy's current celebrity status.

"He kind of fell into it," Orsillo explains. "If you work with Jerry, you are going to have fun. He has definitely brought out more of my personality. When I started, he told me to call my game and have as much fun as I could. He is a great analyst and a great character. I credit him for everything I've achieved doing Red Sox games."

Just as Ned Martin schooled Remy back in 1988, Remy has, in turn, helped Orsillo grow into his position.

"People who do play-by-play are the real pros," says Remy. "I remember how Ned treated me and I offer similar suggestions to Don. It's sometimes tough for a new guy to get his feet on the ground, but Don does a terrific job and has a great voice."

Top Dawg

Remy is more than a mere baseball analyst. He has become a multimedia idol. He currently does a weekly stint on Sportsradio 850 WEEI's "Dennis and Callahan Morning Show" and was a regular guest on McDonough's now-defunct AM 1510 radio show.

"Once a week is the talk radio limit for me," says Remy, "I find four hours to be very long. A baseball game can run four hours, but there are different things happening."

While radio may not be a favorite for Remy, the Internet clearly is. Go to Yahoo.com and search "Jerry Remy." You will find more than 17,000 related links.

Specifically, Remy has created his own Web site, www.TheRemyReport.com, featuring opinion, information and Rem Dawg merchandise.

Exploring the Cult of the "Rem Dawg" Jerry Remy The Rem Dawg nickname and persona is a direct result of Remy's on-air antics. His ongoing routines with the Wally the Green Monster mascot have turned Remy into somewhat of a broadcasting icon.

Recently, Remy donned an Eminem bandana and told viewers that he was heading to the pop star's concert following the game. Last week, Remy flubbed an on-air sponsor advertisement, instead reading the Red Sox' disclaimer.

Remy adeptly and humorously admitted to his mistake and re-read the script correctly. It's this type of quick-witted performance that has created the media phenomenon.

In addition to his own Web site, there are several fan sites dedicated to Remy. One of them, www.JerryRemy.com, features an open letter to the analyst singing his praises.

It states, "I'd love a chance to meet you, say hi, talk baseball, engage in some inane banter, get Wally's autograph, and whatever else is cool today because of the phenomenon that is Jerry Remy."

Remy has benefited from success in more than just popularity. This past off-season, he signed a four-year deal to call Red Sox games on both NESN and WBZ/UPN38.

"I never lost any sleep over a new deal, but with new ownership, you never know," he says. "Both stations have treated me very well, but a contract involving different stations can be complicated."

Remy would not comment on the financial terms of his new deal, but his salary is reported to be in the mid four-figure range per game. Remy does not have an agent, but retains an attorney to assist with contractual issues.

The off-season controversy involving the team's move from Fox25 to WBZ/UPN did not negatively affect Remy, who seems to have emerged as an all-around winner.

He says that this year's Red Sox can do the same, "This is a very exciting team. I don't think they necessarily need to make any more moves, but they will probably try to further upgrade the pitching. Barring injury, I see a lot of good stuff upcoming."

The same might be said for the unlikely media legend known as Jerry Remy.

Article published 7/31/2003 in John Molori's Media Blitz column in The Eagle-Tribune.
Copyright © 2003 Eagle-Tribune Publishing.

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