Head on over to a special weekend edition of Scott’s Shots for a BSMW exclusive report on the new ESPN Radio Boston reaching out to Herald football writer and frequent WEEI and FSN co-host Michael Felger to head up their new afternoon drive program.
There’s also some news on changes at sports radio The Score in Providence.
A busy day yesterday with the Red Sox holding on to beat the Orioles and the Patriots cutting down their roster. You can get your Red Sox and Patriots links for today at the following pages:
In a few Patriots links not appearing on the above page, Alan Greenberg and Michael Parente look at the cuts, including that of David Terrell. Ian M Clark says that the Patriots are well equipped to make a run for their third straight title. Jonathan Comey writes that the Patriots are peerless and that all they lack is a rival. Tim Weisberg looks at the talent that the Patriots continue to put around Tom Brady. Albert Breer has a quick look at the final roster for the Patriots. Chris Kennedy says that the Patriots seem to handle every curve thrown at them.
Shira Springer has a sit-down with Celtics coach Doc Rivers as the green sit a month away from beginning training camp.
Stephen Harris has an NHL notebook where he takes a thinly veiled jab at Globe writer Kevin Paul Dupont for his suggestion during the 2004 playoffs that Joe Thornton be stripped of his Captain’s role. He looks at Jumbo Joe growing into the role, and looks at the Bruins trading away prospect Yan Stastny to the Oilers, who believe they got a steal. He also looks at Eric Nickulas returning to the club he grew up rooting for. Nancy Marrapese-Burrell also has a Sunday NHL notebook, with the lead topic being Hal Gill’s assessment of the current Bruins roster.
Bill Griffith talks to Dave Jageler about his first season during play-by-play for the Pawtucket Red Sox and has a few other media related items.
Check the headlines from the New York Sunday papers at the New York Sports News page. You can also get West Coast reports on the Yankees and A’s series, as well as the Raiders getting ready to face the Patriots on Thursday night over at the Bay Area Sports page.