Steve Lyons, from yesterday's telecast:
So in 1985, my rookie season, Jerry Neudecker's behind home plate with his pillow*.
And he called a pitch that was about chin high for a strike on me.
And I said, "Gee, Jerry, I can't swing at that pitch. There's no way I can even hit that pitch!"
And he looked at me and he said, "Son, you don't tell me that pitch was high. You ask me if that pitch was high." [...]
I said, "All right, Jerry, was the pitch high?"
He said, "Yep."
*According to Baseball Reference, "Neudecker is best remembered for being the last umpire to use a balloon (outside) chest protector."