Quote of the Day

"The idea that this is some sort of outrageous statement by him is just preposterous. He was just saying what any serious fan of this recognizes."
-- Author Jeffrey Toobin, on his New Yorker article in which Mets co-Owner Fred Wilpon criticizes several players on the team. ("Loud Mouths," SNY, 5/23)
Tuesday May 24, 2011 Vol. 17 — No. 176 Print This Issue

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  • Blowin' In The Wind

    Jim Miller and Tom Shales' book "Those Guys Have All The Fun: Inside The World Of ESPN" is being released today, and Miller said one of reasons he and Shales wrote the book was because there "seems to be a genuine interest" in how the network operates. Miller, appearing on ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike in the Morning" today, said people want to know "who you are and why you do the things you do and more importantly, how'd you get so big, how'd you get so successful." Miller: "The goal of the book is really to answer some of those questions, give people a sense of what happens behind the scenes for you guys and answer that central question: How did this all happen?" He said the main reason for ESPN's growth is "not a particularly sexy ...

  • The Times They Are A-Changin'

    Mets close in on a bidder for minority stake; Wilpon under fire for comments.

  • Tangled Up In Blue

    Little progress in NFL mediation attributed to court cases.

  • It Ain't Me, Babe

    Rich Cho fired as Trail Blazers GM after just 10 months.

  • Shelter From The Storm

    TNT moves studio show inside after back-and-forth with Barkley, fans.

  • It's All Over Now

    John Moores' exclusivity period expires in Hawks talks.

  • Forever Young

    Will Armstrong's work for Livestrong be tainted after latest allegations?

  • Like A Rolling Stone

    Several players complain about fast-moving French Open balls.

  • All Along The Watchtower

    SBJ/SBD inauguaral ticket symposium kicks off.

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