You can put it on the board … yes.
Cody Ross sent Fenway Park into hysteria on Thursday night when he launched a three-run, walk-off home run high into the Boston night to give the Red Sox a 3-1 win over the White Sox.
Not everyone at Fenway was in the mood for yelling, of course. White Sox TV announcer Hawk Harrelson, who is known for his abundant enthusiasm and catchphrases, was essentially left silent by Ross' blast.
"That's high and deep…" was all Harrelson could utter as the ball left Ross' bat on its way to the Green Monster seats.
From there, Harrelson went an entire minute and 7 seconds without saying a single thing, a mark that has to be at least some sort of a record.
You can see Ross' homer in all its glory with Harrelson's accompanying call by clicking here.
You're going to have to wash those jerseys now.
"We have a lot of confidence in the way we run our program, and we're always trying to make it better. And I think skeet shooting is going to be the difference in us getting back to the Super Bowl. So there."
–Mike McCarthy is the latest to do his part in revitalizing the Packers-Lions rivalry
This seems like a good time to revisit this tweet from early Thursday night.
@NESN So Cody Ross will only hit one tonight? Bummer.
— Dirk Nelson (@phallic_baldwin) July 19, 2012
Get off the tracks when the train's coming … oh wait.