It seems every announcer does it, and maybe I'm just overanalyzing. I despise when an announcer says the game is down to it's "final strike" or "final out". That's bullshit and not how baseball works. Just watching the Cubs-Padres game and Chase Headly was up to bat. It was 2 outs and a 1-2 count. Dick Enberg (who I like actually) says that the game is down to it's "final strike". Wrong. Headly got on and Hundley is batting. And guess what? He has 2 strikes on him after the so-called "final strike". Hundley just struck out on the actual "final strike" but if the Padres would have tied the game, there would have been a few outs after the "final out" of the game. Stupid and picky of me? Yes. I'm sure I'm not the first person to be annoyed by this though.