It’s a busy morning in the Boston sports media world.
We’ll lead off with thoughts for former WBZ and current CSNNE sports anchor Bob Neumeier, who suffered a stroke on Wednesday.
The news was broken by Michael Felger on yesterday’s edition of Felger and Mazz. Keep “Neumy” in your thoughts in the coming days.
Glenn Ordway mentioned on his Big Show Unfiltered broadcast yesterday that WEEI.com baseball writer Alex Speier is heading to the Boston Globe.
While no official confirmation is in the offing at the moment, the move would be a tremendous addition for the Globe, as has been well documented here, I believe Speier is the single best baseball writer in this town.
The Dennis and Callahan and Minihane show wrapped up their final simulcast on NESN this morning, marking the occasion by doing the show in full costume.
To replace Dennis and Callahan and Minihane, NESN will launch their own morning show – NESN Sports Update.
Baseball still a major draw on television – Chad Finn looks at the World Series ratings, and has a few other notes.
Get all your Patriots/Broncos news at PatriotsLinks.com.
The Bruins topped the Sabres last night, check out coverage at Bruinslinks.com.
The Celtics travel to Texas this weekend, check their stories at CelticsLinks.com.