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Tuesday, December 1, 2015


Jerry Remy returning to broadcast Red Sox games this season

Great news: The president of Red Sox nation will be back in the booth this season. Jerry Remy announced Monday that he will be back in his familiar role as color commentator for Red Sox games on NESN this season. Remy took a leave from broadcasting Sox games on Aug. 15 after his son, Jared,…Read More

Lindsey Vonn hired by NBC as Olympics correspondent

Lindsey Vonn won’t be hitting the slopes for the Winter Games in Sochi because of a knee injury, but you’ll still be able to see plenty of her on NBC. According to Sports Illustrated media reporter Richard Deitsch, Vonn has been hired by NBC to serve as a correspondent during the Olympics. Deitsch says Vonn…Read More

Mike Francesa loves his Numbah One T-shirt (Video)

It looks like the barriers between Mike Francesa and the clowns who lovingly mock him on the internet have finally been broken down. On Friday’s show, The Pope talked about the T-shirts made of him by Barstool Sports and admitted how much he and his family liked them. He even got together with our friends…Read More

Michelle Beadle going back to ESPN

Michelle Beadle is headed back to ESPN after nearly two years away from the network, according to a report. SI’s Richard Deitsch reported the news on Tuesday and says Beadle, who became well known through her work co-hosting “SportsNation” with Colin Cowherd, will head back to the network where she had her most success. Beadle…Read More

Announcers flipped coin for who would interview Gregg Popovich (Video)

How unsettling is it to interview Gregg Popovich? It’s such a terrifying prospect that the ESPN announcers for the San Antonio Spurs-Utah Jazz game on Wednesday night actually flipped a coin to see who would be forced into the charade. Unfortunately for play-by-play announcer Dave Pasch, he lost the coin toss with Jon Barry and…Read More

Tony Kornheiser, Mike Wilbon rip Dan Le Batard for giving vote to Deadspin

You want to hear some grade-A level ESPN-on-ESPN crime? Take a listen to the audio above from Wednesday’s episode of “Pardon the Interruption.” Hosts Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon ripped colleague Dan Le Batard to shreds for giving his Baseball Hall of Fame vote to Deadspin. They describe the move as ego-driven and ponder if…Read More

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