I've been laughing, um, *with* one of the announcers for the Brewers all season because of a construction he uses all the time, and I started writing them down just for fun. He constantly says things like this:
Boy, he's got a quick release, does Jonathan Lucroy.He's got that curve ball back, does Gallardo.
Sometimes the subject is omitted in the first clause:
Hit 232 this year, did Eric.
Sometimes it's just a right dislocation:
His velocity's been up, Cole Hamil's.
But generally it has the 'do' support. And then last night I heard it from one of the announcers for the Giants game:
He went around, did Juan Uribe.
So what is this when it has the 'do' support? Is it just some weird sports-announcer-speak? This isn't a construction I'm familiar with...