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Wayne Hagin flies upside down, Howie Rose does not

A young boy flies a kite on the

A young boy flies a kite on the El Morro field April 25, 2004 in Old San Juan, the original capital city of San Juan, Puerto Rico. El Morro is an old Spanish fortress run by the National Park Service and at sunset the view from the top catches the city in golden light. (Credit: Joe Raedle / Getty Images)

My favorite non-Tiger media moment of the weekend:

During a Mets game, WFAN's Wayne Hagin spoke at length about his lifelong love of air shows, and of once riding upside down with the Blue Angels.

While this was going on, Howie Rose said little or nothing, and even in his silence I sensed what he was thinking: "What do I know from air shows? I'm a kid out of Cardozo High in Bayside!"

Sure enough, Howie finally chimed in thusly: "I flew a kite once."

Photo: Getty

Tags: WFAN , kites

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