Every once in a while watching sports on TV becomes so frustrating that I have no choice but to write about it.
Policing the Media
I understand the way things work in sports broadcasting — the analyst jobs usually go to popular athletes who have retired or coaches who have recently been fired.
So first we had enthusiastic “Cowboy Chris” heckle ESPN reporter Ed Werder for “yellow journalism” and his use of “anonymous sources.” Maybe T.O.
ESPN really is getting so annoying and carried away with their coverage of the Dallas Cowboys.
Look, the Yankees already do a good enough job screwing up their team via free agency without needing help from outsiders. Think Carl Pavano and Jaret Wright for starters.
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.
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.