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Trip to Johnstown takes Costas back

September 27, 2015 Nationally televised Pittsburgh Penguins games are not unusual, and Bob Costas working a major sporting event on TV is not unusual, either. more »»

Lasorda still bleading Dodger blue

September 27, 2015 LOS ANGELES — It was Tommy Lasorda’s 88th birthday, so of course he was spending it at Dodger Stadium. “It’s where I belong,” the last Dodger manager to win a World Series said. more »»

Mayweather goes out on his terms

September 20, 2015 LAS VEGAS — Floyd Mayweather Jr. went out just as expected — on top and leaving boxing fans yearning for more. Andre Berto wasn’t expected to give him much trouble, and he didn’t. more »»

Tebow will be back in his element

September 13, 2015 Fans who enjoy college football on TV should send a thank-you letter to the Philadelphia Eagles for cutting quarterback Tim Tebo. more »»

Tip 1: Don’t bet with your heart

September 6, 2015 LAS VEGAS — No one loves football season more than the bookies in this city’s legal gambling houses. Last year they took in a staggering $1. more »»

ESPN shines with Little League

August 30, 2015 While ESPN gets deserved criticism for many things (and does many things well), it might not do anything better than the Little League World Series — and its coverage concludes with the championship... more »»

‘Most beloved Phillie’ moving on

August 23, 2015 By Marcus Hayes Philadelphia Daily News It was the eve of Independence Day and the Phillies were in Atlanta, but the season was already over. Nobody told Chase Utley. more »»

BTN bus arrives at Penn State

August 16, 2015 Folks who think Penn State’s annual Coaches Caravan drags on do not know half of the story when it comes to long, working bus rides. more »»

Litke: Harbaugh ‘just striving to coach’

August 9, 2015 CHICAGO — Compared to the rest of Jim Harbaugh’s year, this was tame stuff. more »»

Pittsburgh fans, grab your clickers

August 2, 2015 Pirates, Steelers on at same time next Sunday night Next Sunday provides a potentially tough viewing choice for sports fans in the region with both the Pittsburgh Pirates and Steelers playing in... more »»

Fonzi left legacy of inspiration

July 26, 2015 By Don Appleman Williamsburg has lost an extraordinary gentleman. Samuel Fonzi, recently of Millersville, passed away July 5 after a brief illness at the age of 92. more »»

ESPN voices will be missed

July 19, 2015 While some (perhaps many in this region) cheer the impending departure of vocal ESPN talents Colin Cowherd and Keith Olbermann from radio and TV, respectively, their move to other opportunities is... more »»

Twilight League aligned its stars

July 19, 2015 Last week’s Major League All-Star Game in Cincinnati showcased the best players during this season’s first half of play. more »»

TV lukewarm to social media

July 12, 2015 What looks like a missed opportunity to me represents either a best business practice or a small part of a bigger plan for some who work in TV sports. more »»

All-Star memories still special

July 12, 2015 Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is set to unfold in Cincinnati on Tuesday night, but, not surprisingly, most of America will tune into something else. It wasn’t always that way. more »»

Women breaking into talk radio

July 5, 2015 Sports-talk radio listeners in the region (and across the nation) might hear something a little different in a few weeks from ESPN Radio. more »»

Still reveling in Warriors’ title

June 28, 2015 I’ve been obsessed with sports since I was 12. more »»

A day to celebrate with your dad

June 21, 2015 Today is Father’s Day. It’s a chance to tell your favorite guy thanks for all he’s been and done for you over the years. more »»

Passanisi’s versatility left mark on Curve

June 21, 2015 Today marks the end of a five-year tenure with the Altoona Curve for Mike Passanisi, the team’s assistant general manager who handled everything from promotions and media relations to radio... more »»

U.S. Open will be like British Open

June 14, 2015 So much is brand new about America’s oldest golf championship. Not to worry. The U.S. Open hasn’t lost its reputation as the toughest test in golf. more »»

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