Offbeat Keith Hernandez calls ESPN's Michelle Beadle 'Michelle Bradley'

20:45  17 may  2018
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After Michelle Beadle responded to Stephen A. Smith' s comments about domestic violence, the First Take host only made things worse. (AP Photos). Every time Michelle Beadle has ever seen me, she' s called me "f---face."

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Sorry, Michelle Beadle of ESPN. You'll always be "Michelle Bradley" to World Series champion Keith Hernandez.

Beadle's new "Get Up" weekday morning show with Mike Greenberg and Jalen Rose had one of its funniest moments Thursday morning after an appearance by Hernandez, the ex-Mets and Cardinals star turned popular Mets broadcaster on SNY.

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During his Wednesday appearance on "Get Up," Beadle and Hernandez spoofed Captain Keith's memorable romantic scene with Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) on "Seinfeld," where viewers can hear their inner thoughts. Take a look.

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ESPN personality Michelle Beadle is right at the top of the list – mostly because of her response to how FSU fans have dealt with the whole Jameis Winston sexual After calling such people “filth”, she went back-and-forth with a number of Seminoles supporters who weren’t thrilled with her statement.

Beadle also calls ESPN ’ s coverage of the Ray Rice affair “abysmally depressing,” confessing, “Every time I looked up, I saw men talking about it. Michelle Beadle with Bill Simmons on 'The B.S. Report.'

Hernandez, one of the most original and fearless TV analysts in baseball, is making the media rounds talking up his new memoir, "I'm Keith Hernandez." He's also earned plaudits from The New York Times for his wacky Twitter feed, which contains musings about baseball, life, music and his cat Hadji.

But when he tried to tweet his thanks to the "Get Up" gang Wednesday for inviting him on their show, it didn't go well.

He inadvertenly referred to Beadle as "Michelle Bradley." He complimented the new morning show's funny little "skip" instead of skit.

Greeny gallantly tried to save the day, wondering whether "Beadle" auto-corrects to "Bradley" on Twitter?

But Beadle was a great sport about it Thursday, saying she was "humbled" by the experience.

"I thought for sure that we were going to end up dating. And now I know that he didn't even know my name the whole time," joked Beadle, holding a paper over her face in mock shame.

Hernandez quickly rectified the situation Thursday morning, blaming it on auto-correct. All good, tweeted back Beadle. "Bradley does have a nice ring, though," she quipped.

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