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Ernie HarwellCarlos Osorio/AFP/Getty ImagesErnie Harwell waves to the crowd during the seventh-inning stretch of the Tigers' game against the Yankees on Sept. 22, 2002. It was the Hall of Fame broadcaster's final home game.

Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland says we should be celebrating Ernie Harwell's life instead of mourning him. He was one of the few announcers that had the impact of a player and he was a friend to everyone. Jim Leyland

Former Detroit Tigers manger Phil Garner shares his thoughts and feelings on the passing of legendary broadcaster Ernie Harwell. Harwell had the ability to check his ego at the door and to relate to the players of today. Phil Garner

ESPN senior MLB writer Tim Kurkjian joins Mike & Mike to reflect on his memories of legendary broadcaster Ernie Harwell. Tim Kurkjian

Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos shares his thoughts on what baseball should do about the All-Star Game being in Arizona in 2011. George Stephanopoulos

ESPN MLB analyst Keith Law talks about whether Yankees fans should be concerned about the team's injuries, why struggling teams can't make trades right now and why David Ortiz's time in Boston is just about over. Keith Law

ESPN NBA analyst Jalen Rose says he didn't like Celtics GM Danny Ainge distracting the Cavs with a towel. Plus, Rose says the Magic may not win by 40 points every game, but he expects them to beat the Hawks easily. Jalen Rose

ESPN NBA insider Chris Broussard breaks down the Lakers-Jazz and Magic-Hawks series. Plus, Broussard comments on LeBron James' elbow and the Bulls' coaching search. Chris Broussard

ESPNLosAngeles.com's Dave McMenamin breaks down the Lakers-Jazz series. Dave says the Lakers need to play at a high level for the whole game in Game 3 to win in Utah. Dave McMenamin

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