It’s time again to check in on our favorite Rangers baseball reporter, Jim Knox. Tonight Knoxie spoke with a pair of Irish lads attending their first baseball game. They didn’t know much about the sport, but the duo did pledge to buy “every person here a good frosty fuckin’ pint of Guinness” if the Rangers made the…
We've gone over this before, but Bill Belichick's adept at letting reporters draw out their questions before he shuts them down with curt answers. (It's entertaining, if your job isn't covering the Patriots.) Naturally, the media wanted to talk about Peyton Manning vs. the Patriots today, and Belichick did what he…
MLB.com's Reds reporter Mark Sheldon had the first version of his game story all written up and ready to file, but he wanted to wait until the third out of the top of the eighth. With two outs, Pablo Sandoval fouled a ball into the Cincinnati press box, smashing the shit out of Sheldon's computer.
From the Stockholm Marathon, a local reporter tried to Get The Feeling of the race. She tried to Tell The Tough Story. She did not make it very far.
Sideline reporter Pam Oliver was hit in the head with a football during a preseason game, and no one thought much of it. But Saturday, Oliver revealed that the contact was bad enough to give her a serious concussion.
It was a rough night for Omari Fleming, reporter for Philadelphia Fox affiliate WTXF. First he had to go out to Roxborough to cover some stupid story about burglaries, and then a joker behind his live stand-up bared his ass for all of Philly to see.
John Giannone is the man between the benches on MSG, and with time winding down in the second period, the puck found him. He cut open the bridge of his nose, which led to what I believe is a first: a reporter doing a live shot as his own blood pours down his face and into his mouth. He's a hockey guy.
The Dallas Stars announced earlier this week that they're hiring Mark Stepneski to cover the team. He'll run a blog, StarsInsideEdge.com, and his work will appear on the club's official site. He's been writing about the Stars since 1996 on his personal blog, and covering them for ESPN Dallas for two years. It's just…
The Florida Gators put a beating on South Carolina yesterday in what many expected to be the marquee match-up of the day. At halftime, the Gators were up 21-6, so local radio might reasonably have expected a positive and mellow interview from a pleasantly surprised Florida coach.
Isaac's finally found his seat upgrade, and is heading to assault the Gulf Coast with actual hurricane-force winds. While FEMA stands ready and second-tier-couldn't-get-the-RNC-gig reporters speak breathlessly from the scene, actual Mississippians don't seem to be letting the whole fuss get to them.
An unassuming Sky News Arabia reporter was doing his standup outside Old Trafford last week, never suspecting that an English soccer fan was lurking behind him with some brown sugar on her mind. The Olympic village spirit of free love appears to have infected everyone.
North Carolina dominated NC State last night, which has become something of a theme. The Wolfpack haven't beaten their I-40 rivals since 2007, so for fan favorite Scott Wood, that's tantamount to never.