VIDEO: Gary Cohen Gets Annoyed at Mets' Broadcast Showing Yankees Highlights

Adam Taylor McKillop
Watch video of Gary Cohen getting annoyed at the Mets' broadcast showing Yankees highlights on Thursday afternoon.
Watch video of Gary Cohen getting annoyed at the Mets' broadcast showing Yankees highlights on Thursday afternoon. / Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports
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The New York Mets broadcast team of Gary Cohen, Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez are an absolute treat to watch. From hilarious anecdotal stories to outrageous "hot mic" moments, it's a broadcast team that never fails to entertain.

That trend continued on Thursday afternoon during New York's matinee action with the San Francisco Giants, all thanks to the crosstown rival Yankees.

Fans watching on SNY's broadcast network were unaware of the latest hilarious moment involving Cohen and his crew, but if you watched on the SNY App, you were treated to a gem.

In the top of the 6th inning, Cohen threw the broadcast back to the studio for some league highlights. The SNY Network then cut to Yankees highlights during their afternoon matchup against the Detroit Tigers.

But, the SNY App feed did not cut over. Unknowingly, Cohen's mic was still "hot" where he proceeded to ask his broadcast mates a simple question, "Why are we showing Yankees highlights?!"

The tone in his voice says it all: Cohen is not happy about giving the crosstown rivals some love on his broadcast. He's even clearly in the middle of eating or drinking, so we know he wasn't aware of the "hot mic."

It's all in good fun, but thanks for the latest laugh Gary Cohen.

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