The Monday Links

The Monday Links

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The Monday Links


Good morning. Back to work on this Monday, but let’s get into the links.

First, Michael Hiestand of USA Today has kind words for ESPN/ABC for coverage of the Open Championship this past weekend saying it was laid back and not over the top.

Jim Williams in his Watch This! blog in the DC/Baltimore Examiner says watch a new documentary on the Washington Redskins tonight on Comcast Sportsnet.

The New York Post’s Phil Mushnick says the YES Network will show a true Yankees Classic in two weeks, the first game after Thurman Munson’s funeral in 1979.

David Barron in today’s Houston Chronicle has some news and notes.

Remember when former New York Met Keith Hernandez was on Seinfeld? The Los Angeles Times does and here’s a feature by Jerome Crowe on one of the best ever episodes of the series.

The Big Ten Network continues its efforts to gain carriage in Iowa. Kevin Scarbinsky of the Birmingham (AL) News talks about Gerry DiNardo who leaves ESPN for the Big Ten Network. Aaron Dorksen of the Daily Record (OH) says the Big Ten Network and other sports channels are playing hardball with the cable companies.

Light on the links this morning. I’ll do an update as it warrants.

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