The Thursday Linkage, Finally

Finally getting to some linkage. Had some work to do first and of course, that takes precedence. Lots of stuff to get to. First from John Ourand of the Sports Business Journal/Sports Business Daily, he reports that Monday Night Football reporter Michele Tafoya is leaving ESPN and most likely heading to NBC in an unspecified […]

A Mid-Week Linkage Day

This being Wednesday, it means that we’re about to go past the mid-week mark and then the weekend will be getting closer. Time for some links. paidContent’s Staci D. Kramer has Fox Sports El Presidente por Vida David Hill says sports leagues will cut off their noses in spite of their faces if they continue […]

Quick Monday Linkage

I have to be at a jobsite this morning, but I’ll give you a few links before going out. Mike McCarthy at USA Today says Tiger Woods took hits from golf analysts and reporters for dropping out of the Players Championship. At the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center, Jason Fry tells bloggers to look […]

Friday Megalink Action

I haven’t been able to provide links since last Thursday so it’s time you get some linkge. I’ve been busy with end of April/beginning of May stuff so it’s cut back on my blogging, but I think I’ll be back to a normal schedule after the weekend. As usual, you can plan your sports and […]

Westwood One Radio's Statement on Ernie Harwell

Throughout his career, Ernie Harwell worked postseason games for Westwood One Radio when it had the national contract with Major League Baseball. When Ernie was unceremoniously let go by the Detroit Tigers in 1991, he joined Westwood One to call the Game of the Week for the 1992 and continued to work for the network […]

We'll Miss You, Ernie

Even though we knew that Ernie Harwell’s passing was coming, it doesn’t make the sadness go away any quicker. For a man to be so beloved not only in his adopted hometown of Detroit, but around the country shows how well he was liked. Ernie told MLB Network’s Bob Costas in his last interview that […]

Ernie Harwell, 1918-2010

Tonight, we learned that legendary Hall of Fame broadcaster Ernie Harwell has died at the age of 92. Last year, Ernie revealed he had bile duct cancer and that he had months to live and he would not delay the inevitable. Ernie would live for about one more year after his reveal. During a ceremony […]