The Patriots improved to 4-0 with a 30-23 win over the Atlanta Falcons last night. New England suffered a big blow however, as they have likely lost defensive anchor Vince Wilfork for the season. Get all the links this morning at PatriotsLinks.com. Here are a few of the top links for today: What we learned: … Continue reading Patriots Knock Over Another Tomato Can, Media Ups and Downs
The Red Sox moved closer to grabbing home field advantage in the AL playoffs last night with a 15-5 win in Colorado. Will Middlebrooks hit two home runs, including a grand slam, to pace the offensive attack. With the win, the Red Sox have a two game lead over Oakland for the best record with … Continue reading Sox Inch Closer To Best Record
Comcast SportsNet New England today announced their plans for coverage of the 2013 Red Sox postseason. Here is the release: BOSTON’S GAME NIGHT SOURCE FOR SPORTS COVERAGE - COMCAST SPORTSNET & CSNNE.COM - TO LAUNCH PLAYOFF CENTRAL COVERAGE FOR EVERY RED SOX PLAYOFF GAME Former Red Sox Lou Merloni, Tony Massarotti & Gary Tanguay Join … Continue reading CSNNE Announces Red Sox Postseason Coverage Plans
While it has been rumored as being close for some time now, it appears a deal to make 98.5 The SportsHub the radio home of the Boston Celtics is really close now. Sean Grande and Danny Ainge both appeared on the Toucher and Rich show this morning, and while no announcement has been made yet, … Continue reading Celtics Close To 98.5 Deal, Belichick Has No Patience For Salk and Holley
The Patriots still haven't beaten anyone, and yesterday another hapless foe folded like a kid's camp chair in front of the Gillette faithful. Or so goes the sports radio storyline today. Get all the links from the game over at Patriotslinks.com Some of the good and bad from the media yesterday: Three Up Mike Reiss, … Continue reading Patriots Fall To 3-0, Media Ups and Downs
The Red Sox clinched at least a wild card playoff spot with the 3-1 win over the Orioles at Fenway last night. John Lackey pitched what might've been his best game in a Red Sox uniform, limiting the O's to just two hits and going the complete nine innings. How John Lackey became an improbable … Continue reading Sox Are In Playoffs, Reader Rant on Mazz
The Boston Herald reported last night that the struggling sports station had talked to former Red Sox ace Curt Schilling about a regular role on the afternoon drive show of Salk and Holley. Could Curt Schilling pitch in at WEEI? Entercom Boston boss Jeff Brown is quoted as saying that no offer has been made, … Continue reading Can Curt Schilling End The Curse (of WEEI)?
The Red Sox remarkable turnaround this season has made for good sports radio fodder in the shape of trying to debate whether improved chemistry in the clubhouse is responsible for the turnaround or whether it is simply better baseball players up and down the roster. As with most things on sports radio, gray area is … Continue reading Chemistry or Talent?
The Red Sox wrapped up a three game sweep of the New York Yankees at Fenway Park last night as Clay Buchholz improved to 11-0 on the season. The win reduced Boston's magic number to four for clinching the division. Tony Massarotti however, still does not believe in this team, and is waiting for the … Continue reading Sox Sweep, Mariano Roasted
The Patriots struggled and slogged their way to a 13-10 win over the New York Jets at Gillette Stadium last night. It wasn't pretty, but the defense made plays, and won a game for the Patriots in which the offense struggled as much as we've ever seen in the last dozen years. Get all the … Continue reading Three Up, Three Down, Plus Media Notes