It may not be raining where you are, but it is in Southern New England. Such a drab day, but it’s time for linkage so let’s get to it.
Newsday’s Neil Best goes over his week in blogging.
Over to the New York Post’s Phil Mushnick who says Bruce Springsteen handled a ticket reselling scheme better than MLB Walking, Talking Conflict of Interest Bud Selig (yeah, it’s a stretch, be patient).
Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News feels Charles Barkley’s apology last Thursday did not carry much weight.
Camille Powell of the Washington Post writes about Maryland’s Marissa Coleman and Duke’s Abby Waner who want to have their own “Pardon The Interruption”-type show when they’re done with basketball.
From the DC Examiner, Jim Williams talks with MLB Network’s Barry Larkin about Alex Rodriguez.
Art Davidson of the Milford (MA) Daily News talks with former Red Sox utilityman Sean Casey who has joined the MLB Network.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has Cecil Fielder’s comments about his son, Prince, on the MLB Network.
Pete Dougherty from the Albany Times Union has the Spring Training TV schedule.
Artie Gigantino of the San Francisco Chronicle says Comcast SportsNet is ramping up its coverge of the Giants and the A’s.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have announced their regular season TV schedule on FSN Pittsburgh.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News has a picture that is so wrong.
The Sports Media Watch says ratings for the NHL on NBC cooled off last week. The SMW tells us that the NASCAR Nationwide Series drew a mixed bag for ESPN2. And the SMW has its weekend ratings predictions.
Chuck McKinney of Electronic House says CBS will stream its March Madness coverage in HD using Microsoft Silverlight technology.
Darren Ennis of Reuters reports that all of the major US TV networks are interested in bidding for the 2014 and 2016 Olympics.
Chris Zelkovich of the Toronto Star writes that the CTV-Rogers consortium is planning for every single moment at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics to be televised or streamed online.
That’s going to do it for now.