The Red Sox dropped two of three in Seattle this weekend, losing 5-3 yesterday, which again denied Tim Wakefield the 200th win of his career. Sox fall to M's again, 5-3 - Joe Haggerty has the game story for CSNNE.com, which debuts a new format for game coverage, listing out a player of the game, … Continue reading Sox Drop Two of Three In Seattle, Brady Talks “Only Football” on WEEI
Starting on Monday, The Dan Patrick Show will be shown on CSNNE from 9:00 am to Noon. Similar to NESN's move of simulcasting The Dennis and Callahan Show, the move is a no-brainer for CSNNE, giving them a ncie three-hour block of programming in the mornings. If you haven't seen/heard the show, I highly recommend it. It's informative, … Continue reading The Dan Patrick Show is Coming To CSNNE on Monday, Jason Wolfe denounces Portnoy
Given the massive "approve" rating Rich Shertenlieb garnered during Tuesday's poll, I thought it would be appropriate to post a link here of the podcast I conducted with him. He had some interesting thoughts on perceived negativity in sports radio, never becoming complacent (as Chad Finn said in a recent chat, Rich is relentless in … Continue reading Rich Shertenlieb on Work Ethic, Athletes and Skits, WEEI, and MUCH MORE!!!
Carolyn Manno is a Sports Reporter/Anchor at Comcast SportsNet New England. A graduate of the University of Florida, Manno began her career as a Reporter/Anchor at WSBT-TV in South Bend, Indiana. She joined Comcast SportsNet New England in August of 2009, and has been quite visible during that time, working Celtics telecasts and utilized by parent … Continue reading 2011 Approval Ratings – Carolyn Manno
It's finally time to hear the griping about the "consumer fraud" that is preseason NFL football, and to hear/read columnists griping about broadcasters being forced to wear golf shirts with Patriots logos on them during a Patriots-produced telecast. You know what? We may not even mind those annoyances, as after a spring and summer of … Continue reading Consumer Fraud, Patriots Logos On Golf Shirts – Football Is Back!
The Red Sox continued their recent trend of pulling out close victories, this time with a 4-3 win in which David Ortiz drove in the winning run with an infield single with the bases loaded. Erik Bedard pitches in - Scott Lauber has the Sox lefty overcoming a shaky first inning before settling in. David … Continue reading Sox Pull Out Another One Against Twins
Chad Finn at the Boston Globe reports tonight that NESN Daily host Jade McCarthy has given her two week notice and will leave the network at the end of the month. According to Finn's story, McCarthy's husband has found a job in Philadelphia and they will move soon. Finn writes that McCarthy is seven months … Continue reading Jade McCarthy Is Leaving NESN
Rich Shertenlieb is the co-host of the Toucher and Rich show mornings on 98.5 The SportsHub. After 10 years as the front man of the punk band Miller's Tale, Shertenlieb started his radio career at Atlanta alternative station 99x, where he first met Fred Toucher. After a few years there, he was offered a job … Continue reading 2011 Approval Ratings – Rich Shertenlieb
Tim Wakefield managed to leave the game with a lead, but saw the Twins tie things up after he left, thus denying him a shot at career win number 200 for the knuckleballer. The Red Sox scored two runs in the top of the ninth however, to pull out a 8-6 road victory over the … Continue reading Wake Doesn’t Get 200, But Sox Get Another Win
This seems to apply to Shalise Manza Young in the Globe, who I usually like. She tweeted the following last night after Andre Carter announced that he was coming to the Patriots. [blackbirdpie id="100379713192722432"] This snarky comment just seems to indicate that Young either wasn't listening when Bill Belichick expanded on his media fabrication comments, or she … Continue reading Not. Getting. It.