I’ll give you some Sunday links now that I’ve finished my work for the day.
Tom Perrotta of the Wall Street Journal live blogged the French Open men’s final and also had some comments on NBC’s broadcast.
Newsday’s Neil Best celebrates his 5,000th blog post. Neil has a bit more on yesterday’s big story that the Yankees and Cablevision will stream games live into the New York market.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times also has more on the Yankees’ plans to stream games online.
Bob Raissman feels NBC’s Tiki Barber is the forgotten man on Football Night in America.
Larry Brooks of the New York Post takes Versus to task for delaying its NHL Stanley Cup Game 3 postgame show by 30 minutes (scroll to the bottom).
Dave Weekley of the Charleston (WV) Gazette says he’s getting into the habit of turning on the MLB Network.
Daryl Maxie of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution chronicles the Atlanta Hall of Fame induction ceremonies which included Braves announcers Pete Van Wieren and the late Skip Caray.
Jim O’Donnell of the Chicago Sun-Times profiles CNN Headline News morning sports anchor Rafer Weigel who is following in his late dad’s footsteps.
Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune writes that several Comcast SportsNet Chicago personalities took to the links.
Bob Wolfley from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says local ratings for Game 1 of the NBA Finals are down locally (scroll down).
Sean Keeler of the Des Moines Register writes that Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz will be featured on ESPN’s College Football Live when it rolls through the Hawkeye State later this week.
Artie Gigantino of the San Francisco Examiner writes that the NBA Finals should have plenty of intrigue for viewers.
The Honolulu Advertiser looks at ESPN’s Neil Everett Hawaiian ties.
Steve Lepore of Puck The Media says Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals won Saturday night’s ratings for NBC, but will most likely be the lowest rated game of the series.
The Sports Media Watch has its weekend ratings predictions.
The Orbitcast blog says Derek Jeter will be interviewed by Cal Ripken on Sirius XM tomorrow.
Sox & Dawgs has the great video of Red Sox outfielders Mark Kotsay and Rocco Baldelli playing scissors, paper, rock today.
MASN says Orioles announcers Gary Thorne and Buck Martinez won regional Emmy Awards last night.
The PGA of America has signed a broadcast rights agreement for the PGA Championship and Senior PGA Championship in Japan.
Ok, that’s going to do it. I might be back later tonight with another post. Keep your RSS feeds refreshed and check on Twitter for updates.