I'm all for yelling, swearing when something goes right during a ballgame for the team, you get full of the excitement and you yell something, anything, cause your happy (same thing probably happens more frequently when the team make a mistake of course)
EDIT 8/10: MLB.com decided to update the video and put the KTRS call in there instead of FSN (most likely due to the audio), so i apologize for anyone who clicks on it as of 8/10 and can't hear the TV audio from the replay.
(makes you wonder from now on if you ever see a replay on MLB.com using radio audio instead of tv since tv pics up words from players on the field.
Here's the skip schumaker grand slam against the Reds on Aug 9, you can clearly hear someone yelling "Get outta here you f*cker!"
my question is is that carpenter yelling it? I think it is because mics don't pick up individual fans yelling when the entire crowd is making noise on a big play, Carp was in the on-deck circle so he's closer to camera mics, it does sound like carp's voice, and we all know how much carp is zoned into the game when he's playing.
here's carpenter yelling when he got hit by a pitch (clearly yelling "mother f*cker") in arizona for comparison for both voice and sound quality of being picked up while on the field (compared to a fan being picked up by a mic over other fans): http://mlb.mlb.com/video/play.jsp?content_id=7584175