So, these two clowns who announce White Sox games on the radio have an outstanding running joke: whenever they say the name of reliever David Aardsma, they pronounce it "AAAARRRRRRdsma." Get it? Because he has two A's at the beginning of his name? See what they're doing? They've overexaggerating an unusual linguistic feature of his name for comedic effect.
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
Also, whenever a White Sox player does well, they add a "y" or "ie" on the end of their first name. Johnny Danks struck someone out! Paulie Konerko hit a home run! It's like they're family! So familiar and jovial. But when those same players do poorly, and fall out of favor, they revert to just being John Danks or Paul Konerko. They sounded confused and unsure of themselves just now when A.J. Piersynski hit a home run.