ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian is living a dream; Longtime writer is never at a loss for the candid word on-air

With the recent start of the 2020 MLB season, Tim Kurkjian’s role looks different. […]


ESPN’S Jessica Mendoza and Buster Olney address MLB’s handling of Covid-19; Game could face $4B loss

The 2020 MLB season is proving to be unforgettable and record-breaking just one week […]


The sportswriter’s job: Is it harder in today’s digital age than it was when print was our key news source?

 Sportswriting : Journalists compare today’s requirements to decades ago As time has advanced, sports journalists […]


Top baseball writers on potential rules changes: Verducci, Rosenthal, Telander, Stark and Brown opine

A year ago, all of this seemed unthinkable; a sixty game schedule, empty stadiums, […]


Writers turned broadcasters: The top dozen nationally who’ve made their presence felt on-air and in print

In the early years of radio, it was often writers who presented sports reports […]


On the eve of the finale of ESPN’s Last Dance, Sam Smith, who wrote ‘The Jordan Rules’ answers it all

Sam Smith (left) wrote the book, literally. For that matter, he wrote three about […]


No games: Newspapers’ sports pages are trimmed, writers are shuffled and editors get creative

When every North American sports league aborted their seasons in early March, reporters covered […]


Roy Firestone, ESPN pioneer and prolific interviewer, writes from the heart about Kobe and what he meant

Roy Firestone got into the heads of hundreds upon hundreds of athletes on ESPN […]


Baseball HOF voters share how they go about completing their ballots; ’20 class released next Tuesday

Five Baseball Hall of Fame Voters weigh in on their voting process On Jan. 21 […]


Ntl Sports Media Assn names ’20 Class; HOF awards: Verducci, Young, Wilbon, S. Caray, Ledford and Patrick

You’d hope that there’s no better judge of talent than your own colleagues. As […]


Legendary columnist Peter Vecsey remembers David Stern; Bob Costas comments on the late commissioner

David Stern didn’t dodge reporters’ questions. Peter Vecsey, the all-time most powerful columnist covering […]


Sports Illustrated: A retrospective by 6 former writers on what was great and what went wrong

October 3rd has a special meaning to sports fans, particularly fans of baseball. On […]