I’ll give you some more links on this Tuesday evening. I’ve been corresponding with a couple of Friends of Fang’s Bites and it’s been quite enjoyable going back and forth with them.
We start our linkage tonight with the Sports Media Watch which says that Alex Ovechkin and the just-eliminated Washington Capitals have been setting ratings records in the District.
I’ll link to the story on Wednesday, but Michael Hiestand of USA Today reports that NBC Sports has picked up its one year option for next season on the NHL. Terms will remain the same.
Newsday’s Bob Glauber always makes me laugh and this post is no exception. His look-a-likes in his NFL blog are truly funny. Yes, the picture on the right is Neil Best.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union writes that Danica Patrick will be a guest of her old boss, David Letterman, on the Late Show this Wednesday.
Ray Frager of the Baltimore Sun writes in his blog that the late Orioles and Colts announcer Chuck Thompson is still revered in town. And here’s a post I wrote back in 2005 the day after Chuck passed away.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell shows us a plate of turkey testicles that a minor league team is serving this season. Ewww.
Mel Bracht of the Oklahoman lists the choices for fans to vote for in Fox Sports’ promotion of the Greatest Moments in Yankee Stadium history.
Christopher Byrne of the Eye on Sports Media blog looks at bloggers’ rights in the wake of the firing of Washington Post reporter Michael Tunison who admitted he was writing for the Kissing Suzy Kolber blog.
The 38 Cliches blog appeals to the Red Sox to stop the in-game advertising appearances by certain clients on the Shaw’s WRKO/WEEI/WEEI-FM/WVEI Red Sox Radio Network.
Barstool Sports is happy that NESN has hired Heidi Watney to be the sideline reporter during Red Sox games.
That’s it for now. Not many links tonight. But it’s quality, not quantity that counts here at Fang’s Bites. Good night.