Boston Daily, the blog of Boston Magazine has an email interview with Michael Felger this afternoon discussing his recent changes in employment. Felger discusses his departure from 890 ESPN and the Boston Herald, and sums up what his duties are going to be with WEEI.com. I will be a fill-in host for primarily the morning … Continue reading Felger Discusses New Role at WEEI
The World Champion Boston Celtics took their first hit yesterday, as free agent reserve forward James Posey opted to sign with the New Orleans Hornets. Marc J. Spears says that Posey wanted to come back to Boston, and the Celtics wanted him back, but it came down to security at this point in his career. … Continue reading Posey Hits The Big Easy Button
It was quite a night at Yankee Stadium, one which didn't end until after 1:30 am ET. Gordon Edes recaps the AL's 4-3 15 inning victory over the NL in the All Star game last night, in which J.D. Drew was named MVP. Rob Bradford has a look at an All Star game for the … Continue reading Epic All Star Game Goes To AL
As reported last week on Scott's Shots, Rob Bradford and Michael Felger will be joining the all new WEEI.com. Here is the official Entercom Press release: WEEI.com Snares Noted Sports Journalists Michael Felger, Rob Bradford to Head Up Major Re-Launch of its Website Boston (July 15, 2008) — In a major development reflecting the growing influence … Continue reading Bradford, Felger to WEEI Official
As promised, here is the other side of the coin from yesterday's results, the ten Boston sports media personalities with the highest (lowest) disapproval percentage. Not many surprises here, though I'm mildly surprised that Tony Massarotti made it into the bottom 10 here. His column insulting Patriots fans really damaged him in this poll. John … Continue reading Approval Ratings – Top Ten Disapproves
For now, the Approval Ratings have run their course. I could've continued to trot out names in this space, but increasingly I would've gotten a string "WHO????" replies in the comment fields. This feature may pop up from time to time in the future, but for now, I'm going to table it. All in all, … Continue reading Approval Ratings – Top Ten Approves
The Red Sox beat the Orioles 2-1 at Fenway Park yesterday, closing out the pre-All Star Break portion of the schedule by moving into first place by a half game over the Tampa Bay Rays. Amalie Benjamin has Daisuke Matsuzaka with a typical frustrating, yet victorious outing. Jeff Horrigan has the Sox finding themselves in … Continue reading Sox Hit Break In First
Ken here once again from the Fang's Bites blog. On this day when many people are waiting for the new iPhone 3G launch, I remain outside of that loop and will provide you the Friday megalinks. This being All-Star Game weekend in New York, we don't have much for TV viewing. The big summer events … Continue reading It’s the Friday Megalinks!
Just as I was about to post the 890 ESPN memo regarding Michael Felger's departure from the station, David Scott beats me to it. Felger's rumored to be joining Bradford on the new WEEI.com.
Alice Cook is a figure skating queen turned TV sports reporter. Cook competed in the 1976 Winter Olympic games in the pair skating competition. In 1984 she joined WBZ-TV as a sports producer, and the next year became a sports reporter for the station. During her career at WBZ, Cook has covered the Patriots extensively … Continue reading Approval Ratings – Alice Cook