We have a lot of good links today and the reaction to Artie Lange’s appearance on Joe Buck Live continues.
Let’s start with Michael Hiestand of USA Today. He says Joe Buck Live went into the gutter when Artie came on for his segment with Paul Rudd and Jason Sudekis.
Thanks to the people of Sirius XM, we have the audio of Artie Lange defending his apperance to Chris Russo on “Mad Dog Live” yesterday.
Eric Fisher of Sports Business Journal has a story in today’s Sports Business Daily about the new upgrade to MLB.com’s At Bat iPhone and iPod Touch app which contains live streaming video of games.
The great Darren Rovell of CNBC wonders which is the better investment for a team, the naming rights for a practice facility or a star quarterback?
Bruce Allen of the Boston Sports Media Watch asks which is the best general sports columnist in The Hub.
The New York Times’ Richard Sandomir talks with Artie about his appearance.
Neil has a story from Bethpage Black on golfer Stewart Cink who loves his Twitter.
Tim Lemke of the Washington Times goes over the new MLB.com At Bat iPhone app.
Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post’s DC Sports Bog has a roundup of the New York media piling on the hapless Nationals.
From Crain’s Chicago Business, Lorene Yue reports that the founder of the Chicago internet sports radio station is now missing.
Ed Sherman from Crain’s says one host of the now-defunct station has no idea what he’s going to do next. Ed talks to a former sports radio host who knew of the station founder’s shady past.
Lewis Lazare of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that the founder of the internet station is accused in an $11 million Ponzi scheme.
Ameet Sachdev of the Chicago Tribune says the Feds have now issued an arrest warrant for the owner.
Dan Caesar of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says Joe Buck is not that all upset about Artie Lange’s performance on his show.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News wonders why Sports Illustrated singled out Kobe Bryant for its Laker-centric cover.
Bruce Dowbiggin of the Toronto Globe and Mail says the continued saga of the Phoenix Coyotes is journalistic gold for Canada’s newspapers and sports radio stations.
Deadspin has a classic picture of Erin Andrews turning heads at the College World Series.
The Big Lead has the video of an ESPN cameraman fixated on Erin’s buttocks at the CWS.
Steve Lepore of Puck The Media compares NBC’s and Versus’ coverage of the Stanley Cup Finals.
That’s going to do it for now.