ESPN writer Scoop Jackson penned a column on B.J. Upton explaining that Upton’s stellar play in the playoffs could attract young inner-city African Americans to play baseball.
Policing the Media
Let me make this perfectly clear from the start: I am a Josh Hamilton fan and I’m a fan of what he’s accomplished.
The always opinionated and controversial Charles Barkley joined JT The Brick on Fox Sports Radio at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe.
Wow, this interview sure explains a lot. In an interview with The Grand Rapids Press, Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Maybe this explains why some baseball telecasts aren’t too enjoyable (putting aside what happens on the field).
I didn’t really mean to post this up, but when there’s a guy broadcasting on a large stage like Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN just filling the airwaves with nonsense, he needs to be called
I love how this stuff works sometimes. Last year Doc Rivers was the guy who deserved to be canned after his team did the nosedive into last place like they had a two-ton anchor attached to them.
Let me make this perfectly clear: I love Vin Scully. The man is awesome. Next to Jon Miller, Vin Scully is my favorite broadcaster.