As I’m keeping track of the Marat Safin-Feliciano Lopez and Mario Ancic-Roger Federer matches from Wimbledon online (these backdoor sites are amazing), I’ll give you some links.
Michael Hiestand of USA Today writes about NESN’s Dennis Eckersley and MLB.com’s Harold Reynolds joining TBS for this weekend’s All Star Game Selection Show.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel talks with new TBS studio analysts Dennis Eckersley and Harold Reynolds about the Brewers and the National League Central.
From CNBC’s Darren Rovell, he writes that former Celtic, Buck and Sonic Vin Baker joins the growing list of athletes facing foreclosure or have been foreclosed upon. And Darren writes that 20 years after being made for the movie “Back to the Future II”, Nike is finally releasing the “Air McFly”.
The Orbitcast Satellite Radio blog says XM will carry every SEC college football game this fall.
Mike DeCourcy of the Sporting News reports that an assistant to St. Louis University coach Rick Majerus is leaving to run ESPN’s Scouts Inc.
An editorial from the Albert Lea (MN & IA) Tribune wonders why ESPN chose not to mention the U.S. Women’s Open on SportsCenter.
Luis Arroyave of the Chicago Tribune liked ESPN’s coverage of Euro 2008.
Ric over at the Most Valuable Network says Euro 2008 became habit viewing in the US.
John Manasso of the Atlanta Business Journal writes that local sports radio talk show host John Kincade has re-upped with his station. Kincade also does some work on ESPN Radio.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union writes about Jim Nantz’s book.
Diane Pucin of the Los Angeles Times says it’s not easy trying to find when the U.S. Olympic Trials are going to be televised.
Ron Judd of the Seattle Times says west coast viewers can watch the Olympic trials in real time, provided they know where to look.
That’s going to do it now. Not many links, but I have responsibilities here at work. I’ll have more later.