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My Take on Last Night’s ESPN Coverage

I enter any game I watch on television with a clear mind regarding the personalities who are calling the game for the network the game is on. This even goes for games that are broadcast on ESPN despite the almost universal negative reaction fans have to the announcing team of John Miller, Joe Morgan and […]

Manny Suspended for PEDs

According to the L.A. Times Dodgers outfielder Manny Ramirez has been suspended for 50 games for use of performance enhancing drugs. Scott Boras, Ramirez’s agent, told ESPN’s Peter Gammons that Ramirez was taking a prescribed drug for a medical condition as opposed to steroids. There is no word as to what substance Ramirez was taking. […]

Crasnick on the Free Agent Pitching Market

Jerry Crasnick breaks the free agent pitching market down to 9 categories in an article at

ESPN: Don’t Count Mets Out For Santana has posted an article about why the Mets can’t be counted out of the Johan Santana sweepstakes.


With the National League MVP award to be announced at 2:00 pm Eastern time today has posted their pick based on a poll of 20 of their writers. Jimmy Rollins was the runaway winner with 13 votes followed by Matt Holliday with 4 votes. Rounding out the field with 3 votes was the Mets […]

Crasnick on Boras

Jerry Crasnick writes about super agent Scott Boras’ really bad week last week. Crasnick analyzes Boras’ standing after the Alex Rodriguez debacle and firing by Kenny Rogers.

ESPN is Burning

I was tuning into ESPN the other night to catch the first part of the 8 hour miniseries about the Yankees 1977 season “The Bronx is Burning”. I know I ranked on the New York Post recently for running boxscores and game recaps of ’77 Yankees games but this series looked like it may be […]