Approval Ratings – Gil Santos

We're only about a month away from the start of Patriots training camp, which means that the still-strong pipes of Gil Santos will be heard on a weekly basis soon thereafter on the WBCN Patriots Rock Radio network... Of course, you can catch Gil on a daily basis at his day job over in the … Continue reading Approval Ratings – Gil Santos

Sox Offense Sputters Against Haren

The Red Sox got a strong outing from Josh Beckett, but couldn't solve Dan Haren, who held Boston to two hits over seven innings last night in a 2-1 Arizona win at Fenway Park. Amalie Benjamin has the Sox dealing with their share of bad luck last night, including an injury to Kevin Youkilis on … Continue reading Sox Offense Sputters Against Haren

Slowly Winding Down

Image details: Boston Celtics Victory Parade served by picapp.comhttp://pis.picapp.com/IamProd/javascript/imageV2.js?p=972&i=31196&w=214&h=296&adH=90&adS=3&fv=picviewerv2_1.swf&pv=http://pis.picapp.com/IamProd/FlashSite/en/&u=http://pis.picapp.com/IamProd/ImageServing.aspx&sp=false&n=2 David Scott has a look at the Celtics coverage this week, along with a few other media notes, including old friend Albert Breer moving onto a national gig. Over on Patriots Daily, Scott Benson salutes the Celtics for A Job Well Done. The BSMW Full Court … Continue reading Slowly Winding Down

Phoenix Explores Old vs New in Sports Media

Adam Reilly of the Boston Phoenix examines the animosity between old-media sportswriters and their new-media counterparts. Plenty of quotes in this article from Bill Simmons, Buzz Bissinger and Tony Massarotti, who sounds somewhat confused that he's been labeled an internet basher. Reilly wonders why the antipathy between traditional sportswriters and their new-media peers is so … Continue reading Phoenix Explores Old vs New in Sports Media