After running some errands this morning, I’m back and it’s time to give you some links.
We start with Richard Sandomir of the New York Times who talks with Harold Reynolds who did a stint with SNY this weekend. And Richard says unlike the Kentucky Derby where he feels NBC Sports dropped the ball in the Eight Belles tragedy, the network did a good job covering the issue in its coverage of the Preakness Stakes.
Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News says Mets’ closer Billy Wagner’s weekly interviews on 1050 ESPN Radio are must listens.
Phil Mushnick of the New York Post writes that the Mets aren’t learning their lessons from last year.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News looks at a documentary on an 87 year old surfer who’s still riding the waves and has lived a rather interesting life. And Tom has more on Dorian Paskowitz and his family.
David J. Warner of the AOL Fanhouse blog has word that ESPN may convert ESPN Classic into an “ESPN3″ channel devoted to soccer and international sports.
Mark Haselden of South Carolina Now profiles Rosalyn Durant, the recently named Vice President and General Manager of ESPNU.
Here’s a chat former WBZ-TV sports anchor Bob Lobel did for Boston.com.
Joe Favorito writes that the WNBA season is starting off strong.
That will do it.