5. Kenny Albert
Sure, the guy is talented — he would not have broadcasted Nats-Dodgers on FS1 if he wasn’t.
With that said, if you had to pick 10 guys in baseball broadcasting to play with your nerves in a huge game, Marv Albert’s son would certainly be left out of the fold.
His fundamentals are sound. In fact, no one can complain with his ability to call a ballgame, even though it is probably his weakest sport.
However, the NLDS five-game tilt was intense because of the play on the field. If the booth had been eliminated from the equation, many would not have noticed.