TV MONITOR: Last night's 10:00pm ET 60-minute edition of FSN's "National Sports Report" (late due to MLB) led with Tigers-Blue Jays, followed by Yankees-Red Sox and Indians- White Sox. The first non-MLB report, at 8:29 into the broadcast, was news that Chiefs QB Warren Moon will retire after the 2000 season. "NSR" had a 0:17 report on "MNF" announcing their new broadcasting team at 9:22 into the broadcast. Last night's 11:00pm ET 30-minute edition of CNN/SI's "Sports Tonight" led with Yankees-Red Sox, followed by Tigers-Blue Jays and a report that Pacers coach Larry Bird will not return to the team next season. "Sports Tonight" had a 0:29 report on "MNF" at 6:24. Last night's 11:00pm ET 60-minute edition of ESPN's "SportsCenter" led with Yankees-Red Sox, followed by Tigers-Blue Jays and Indians-White Sox. The first non-MLB report, at 10:35, was Bird's decision to leave the Pacers. "SportsCenter" had a 1:21 report on "MNF" at 11:30 (THE DAILY). NOTES: In Minneapolis, Judd Zulgad reports that KFAN-AM radio officials "aren't saying much" to a report that the all-sports station offered Thrashers play-by-play announcer Scott Ferrall "a killer morning-drive deal." Zulgad adds that Ferrall "isn't a hot commodity" with the Thrashers, and though team officials acknowledged Ferrall is "still under contract," the "word is the Thrashers and Ferrall will part company" (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 6/23)....TVKO, HBO's PPV arm, indicates that Saturday night's Oscar De La Hoya-Shane Mosley fight drew 700,000 PPV buys at $49.95 apiece, and $37M in gross TV revenue (AP, 6/22). In L.A., Larry Stewart notes that the bout ranks second among non-heavyweight fights behind September's De La Hoya-Felix Trinidad fight, which had 1.25 million buys and $64M in revenue (L.A. TIMES, 6/22)....In Baltimore, Milton Kent writes, "Is anyone else feeling a little frosted by the announcement that ABC and ESPN have extended their contract with Little League to carry the World Series through 2006? Don't these kids have enough pressure on them from their peers and from overzealous parents without the obtrusive lens of television adding to it?" (Baltimore SUN, 6/23). ...Comcast SportsNet announced a new regional cable ratings record for the Phillies with its Mets-Phillies broadcast Wednesday night. The game averaged a 6.1 Nielsen rating and peaked with a quarter-hour high of 8.7. One ratings point is equivalent to more than 26,000 HHs in the Philadelphia DMA (Comcast SportsNet)....NASCAR.com recorded its highest traffic day in its four-year existence Monday as the rain-delayed Pocono 500 drew 614,665 unique users to the site (NASCAR).