Jason Garrett, a Princeton man, will figure it out on NBC; Anyone remember Bert Kaempfert?

During the first half of 2022, the sports world was devoured by  off the […]


JJ Redick expresses debatable opinions and draws strong reaction; NBA journeyman gets attention

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Mickelson on wrong side of history; Don’t let the door hit you on way out! CBS should end its silence

Just what you all wanted. Another Phil Mickelson article. It is like those Progressive […]


Red Barber: Early mentor to Vin Scully, he was all about preparation and execution; Feuded with O’Malley

Remembering Red Barber Red Barber was unique, unpredictable, self-centered and a challenge.  If you would […]


Historian Curt Smith says changes make HOF’s Ford Frick Award even better; Ballot goes from 8 to10

Perhaps sport’s most prestigious individual radio/TV honor is the Ford C. Frick Award, presented […]


50 years ago, Al Michaels, nervous as they come, did his first World Series, standing near hero Curt Gowdy

Fifty years ago in 1972, a 27 year young Cincinnati Reds’ announcer, Al Michaels, […]


Sports on TV: It seems that winning or losing has become less important than who’s announcing the game

Football Announcers Switching Networks Dominate Coverage Broadcast sports has greatly changed over the years. Networks, […]


Cosell said he told it like it is; But Bob Costas was really the Ed Murrow of his day!

There’s an old adage: Money talks. And recently there has been outsized coverage about […]


Halby’s Morsels: Kevin Burkhardt, Baseball on Fox and ESPN; Greg Olsen unsigned, Still – dots to connect

Mr. Information man, the NY Post’s Andrew Marchand, projects that Kevin Burkhardt is the […]


50 years later, Title IX is kicking in; Marjorie Margolies, who preceded Phyllis George, continues to excel

On Monday, the day after both the Men’s and Women’s Selection Shows were broadcast […]


Top 10 all-time MLB network TV storytellers; If Buck leaves for ESPN, would Fox hire Costas for baseball?

Until TV screens were saturated with stats, replays and excessive commercial time between innings, announcers […]


Owners and GM’s make myopic decisions, firing their beloved voices; Derek Jeter is the last to err

This happened recently and it stuck to my craw. It triggered me to list similar […]