New England Sports Media Loses Some Of Its Venerable Bodaciousness

Hazel Mae, the sultry NESN lead anchor temptress, will have to find a new sports desk to prop her stair-mastered caboose on top of next year.

Mae, who was at the Boston sports network for four years, was one of the most popular talking heads in the New England area thanks to her unbridled enthusiasm and, possibly, because she was fully in support of having sex before marriage.

As the Boston Herald notes, Mae went from "a dowdy-dressed outsider to a sexy local superstar at NESN, was so admired by Sox fans that a cardboard cutout of her once sold for $400 on eBay." She used that to amass a rather impressive body count:

Hazel was frequently spotted out on the town - often with a sports star on her arm. She dated ex-Celtic Ricky Davis and ESPN "SportsCenter" anchor Steve Levy and was linked to ex-Toronto Blue Jay Kevin Barker. A radio yakker once speculated that she and married Sox skipper Terry Francona were the subject of a blind New York gossip column item - a bad assumption that cost the yakker his job.

Hmm. Somebody should probably really give that desk a good scrubbing.

Anchor's Away: Marvy Hazel Mae Out At NESN [Boston Herald]

Hazel Mae Moves On [Bill Palmer Sports]