Jon Miller: When a hitter leaves the box, he gets warned. If he leaves again, it’s an automatic strike!

In part two of our interview with Jon Miller, we took a deeper dive […]


Bob Costas: MLB faces obstacles to play; If it’s a go, legendary host embraces trials to pick up the pace

Will baseball start or won’t it? Like the direction of the virus itself, no […]


Bob Costas: Rob Manfred did well on Astros ruling; Fans will be wary of attending games once scheduled

For four decades, he was America’s sports host. Under the brightest lights and on […]


Turner’s Brian Anderson: Versatile and seasoned; He has what it takes to be the sports face of a network

There are not many out there today like Turner Sports’ Brian Anderson. Give him […]


NBC’s Curt Gowdy, Voice of 12 World Series, 7 Super Bowls and 9 Final Fours born 100 years ago

GOWDY’S LEGACY: A  BIG HEART, A  COMMAND OF THE MICROPHONE, A NATURAL WARMTH AND A […]


Quick Comments: Is Romo shooting for the sky?; MLB and RSNs; Esports on ABC

ROMO WANTS $10 MILLION Tony Romo reportedly asked CBS for $10 million a year, up […]


A Sunday with no dull moments: From the crack of dawn until bedtime, the Masters begins a busy schedule

It’s a very special and unparalleled Sunday for sports fans across America. The final round […]


Quick Hits: Shakeup of ESPN’s MNF crew; Witten’s PC booboo; Mookie Betts joins telecast while on the field

Monday Night Football Shakeup It was recently announced that Jason Witten is coming out […]


Progressive move by NHL and NBA: Interacting with fans in real-time on close and controversial calls

The National Basketball Association will introduce a Twitter account manned by … well… official […]


Sponsors, advertisers and sports announcers, it’s where the dollars meet! Just ask Barbasol and others

In 2004, Tom Murray sat in his conference room at Perio headquarters in Dublin, Ohio. […]


Halby’s Morsels: One play-by-play voice doing all 9 innings on radio is too much! It’s a long season

Think of the local television baseball names around the country. Few of them alternate […]


How did MLB, then dominant on TV, respond to the eruption of the NFL in the 1960s?

It seems like another planet now, but at one point in the early 1960s […]