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LISTEN: Going Coast to Coast with the Talented and Versatile Bob Costas

LISTEN: Going Coast to Coast with the Talented and Versatile Bob Costas

One of my favorite broadcasters, sports or otherwise, is Bob Costas. Few people are as skilled and versatile as Costas. Either as a play-by-play announcer or studio host he’s covered football, baseball, basketball, hockey, golf, boxing, thoroughbred racing and, of course, his remarkable work through the years as NBC’s primetime host for Summer and Winter […]

Eye on Monday: Baseball 2009

Baseball is back.  From Fenway Park and new Yankee Stadium on the east coast to Safeco Field and PETCO Park on the west coast, the scent of brats, dogs, barbecue and beer begins filling stadiums in earnest today. Some of my fondest memories growing up were the many nights I spent with my family in […]

Will We Survive Without the Yankees in October?

By Christopher Gabriel, The New York Yankees have been put on alert: Win, and win now.  The fate of the world is in your hands.  While that may not be completely true, sports pundits will have you believe the very foundation of baseball is crumbling and the blame rests at the gates of Yankee Stadium. Maybe […]

College Coaches: Are They Worth The Big Money?

By Christopher Gabriel Blog Harbor and Last week I was talking with a Tennessee Volunteers fan about, of all people, UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma.  The topic was Auriemma’s new contract that will pay him more than legendary Lady Vols coach Pat Summitt.  To suggest he was irate over this new development would be an understatement.  But […]