The WEEI / NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon is in full swing.
A couple notes of interest from the local teams, Clay Buchholz will start in Game 1 of tomorrow’s doubleheader with the Angels, and it appears Jacoby Ellsbury wll be up for the second game.
The Patriots released punter Josh Miller today, and it appears that Danny Baugher has the advantage in the race with Tom Malone to be the new punter for New England. Each player is 23 years old.
David Scott checks in with the program director at WCRB 99.5 FM, who was surprised to learn that his station might be part of a proposed regional sports radio network.
Steve Krause has Rich Conigliaro reflecting on his brother Tony’s life 40 years after the beaning that changed it.
Shaun Kelly updates his already terrific story on the 1967 Red Sox.
The Connecticut Post has a frame-by-frame look at the Jose Offerman incident Tuesday night, which is the closest to a video as we’re going to get.
In light of the Kevin Garnett trade, Bill Simmons breaks trades out into 13 categories.
The Media Circus examines which outlet will provide more inane material for them; ESPN’s NFL Live or Peter King’s Monday Morning Quarterback.
Ian Thomsen selects his All Time NBA team, which includes four Celtics on the twelve man roster, and has Red Auerbach as coach.
7:30pm, TBS – Giants @ Braves
8:00pm, ESPN – NFL Preseason – Dolphins @ Chiefs
9:00pm, FSN – Revolution @ Colorado