Let’s get to your Wednesday links this morning.
The Sports Media Watch says Game 4 of the Indians-Yankees LDS on TBS was the highest rated MLB playoff game on cable, but still got beat by ESPN’s Monday Night Football.
Michael Hiestand of USA Today talks about the pilot Fox’s Joe Buck shot for a potential late night show.
Tom Morgan of Voices.com raves about TBS’ coverage of the League Division Series saying it’s much more superior than anything Fox has to offer.
Richard Sandomir in today’s New York Times talks with WCBS’ Suzyn Waldman about her crying after Monday’s Game 4 of the Yankees-Indians series.
Jim Williams in the DC/Baltimore Examiner talks about Cal Ripken ramping up on the TBS set during the League Division Series.
Ed Sherman of the Chicago Tribune writes about the continuing dispute between Comcast and the Big Ten Network.
In the Los Angeles Times, Christine Daniels says LA football fans will get stuck with the Oakland-San Diego game this Sunday instead of the Patriots-Cowboys game.
Bob McManaman in the Arizona Republic catches up with Steve Beuerlein who does NFL games for CBS Sports.
Over to the Kansas City Star and Jeffrey Flanagan’s Top of the Mornin’ column. Scroll down and you’ll see that Kansas-Baylor will be on Fox College Sports and FSN Midwest plans to air 30-40 Royals games in HD next season.
I’ll monitor reaction to ESPN getting the Masters which broke just in the middle of the morning. We’ll have more later. Check back often.