Yankees left-handed reliever Phil Coke (get it? COKE! COKE! ) came in to pitch to one guy--Justin Morneau. From the time Coke walked onto to the field to the time he left after retiring Morneau (again, one guy) Chris Berman referenced Coca-Cola products enough times to make you wonder whether he is on retainer.
-A reference to rum and coke (where they came from, aside from Berman's id, I'm unsure)
-A reminder that Coke is preferably served cold. "Can't drink that stuff warm," Berman opined. "No," agreed Orel Hersheiser. Scintillating!
-As Coke was walking in, Berman asked, "But will it be a Coke Zero?" (Huh?)
-After getting Morneau out, Berman exclaimed, "A Coke Classic!"
What, no jokes about smelting iron ore?
Unfortunately, Phil Coke came back out for the 9th, and Berman had blown his wad of references from the Coke family of products.