I wasn’t expecting to do afternoon linkage, but there are enough to do them for you. Plus, I need to pay full attention to the season finale of 24 tonight.
MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann shares a story on his MLB blog that Vin Scully almost became the Voice of the Yankees in the mid-1960′s. Amazing.
John Eggerton of Broadcasting & Cable says an agreement between the NFL and Comcast is expected early this week.
Neil Genzlinger of the New York Times reviews the new Spike TV reality show, 4th and Long.
Newsday’s Neil Best says SNY’s Beer Money premieres its second season on Tuesday.
Steve Lepore of Puck The Media writes that Sunday’s Game 1 of the NHL Western Conference Finals drew tremendous ratings for NBC.
The fearless leader of Boston Sports Media Watch, Bruce Allen says last night’s Game 7 of the Celtics-Magic series drew great ratings for TNT.
The Sports Media Watch tells us that Lakers-Rockets drew the lowest overnight ratings in this decade for an NBA second round Game 7 airing.
Congratulations to the Washington Times’ Tim Lemke who is the father of a new bouncing baby boy.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell says MLB will unveil new caps that honor veterans in both the U.S. and Canada.
EPL Talk says classic English Premier League matches are going to be available on iTunes, but only in the UK for now.
That’s it for the time being.