|Earliest: September 25, 2003||Latest: January 31, 2014||Total: 43|
|October 18, 2004|
Tonight the baseball game starts at 5pm. I have a feeling that productivity around New England will drop around 3:30 this afternoon. In fact, since the game ended so late, I bet a lot of people decided to "work from home" today.
Last night I watched the game from home and used the WEEI as the audio. I noticed that the game on TV was about 1.5 seconds behind the radio feed. It made it weird to watch the game.
I am not sure if the delay was from FOX or from TIVO caused the delay. I'll test it later tonight since the CC Radio I have also picks up channel 7, and I can see if the delay also happens during a news broadcast.
|October 13, 2004|
Today the big debate is what will New Englanders will be watching on TV tonight. Game 2 of the ALCS and the third presidential debate are on tonight.
I suspect that the overnight ratings will show that most New Englanders care more for the results of the baseball game than who wins the final debate.
|October 12, 2004|
All the local networks started with this mornings newscast about the big game tonight. Even the local papers have special covers and coverage of the series.
Some people think that the Red Sox will sweep the Yankees. I predict that the Red Sox will probably take game 1, loose game 2, but will win the series with Padro in game 6.
This is a rematch from last year, watch for the sparks to fly...
Hollywood couldn't come up with a better script...
|March 30, 2004|
This morning the New York Yankees lost their first game of the 2004 season to the Tampa Bay Devil Ray in Japan.
No riots in the Back Bay in Boston, not one car was flipped over, not one beer bottle was thrown into Mass Ave.
Its going to be a long season, which brings up an interesting questions: Who will have more press coverage over the next 7 months, the Red Sox and Yankees or George W. Bush and John Kerry?
With gas prices in Boston at $2 and the cheapest ticket at Fenway cost $20, we are better off walking to the nearest pub and watching the game with a cold beer.
|February 7, 2004|
The Recording Academy has installed a 5 minute delay on the Grammy Awards to prevent another media disaster.
|February 2, 2004|
Fans around Boston University and Northeastern last night were celebrating the traditional LA way by rioting in the streets and flipping over cars.
Local radio stations were wondering what would happen to Boston when the Red Sox would win a World Series.
Bill Belichick did a great job in executing a great Superbowl game plan!
So right now:
|February 1, 2004|
Game starts at 6:30 pm eastern, expect long waits at the pizza places starting at 5 pm. Yes, today is the busiest day for pizza delivery. Tomorrow you should see a press release from Dominos about the number of pizzas that were delivered during the Superbowl.
|January 31, 2004|
Another act is poised to join Janet Jackson, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, Kid Rock and Nelly during the half time show. Who that is will remain a mystery until the program, producers said Thursday. The New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers play Sunday in Reliant Stadium.
|December 1, 2003|
Also this weekend was the announcement of a Curt Schilling to the Red Sox lineup. The star right-hander and five-time All-Star waived his no-trade clause, setting in motion a deal that was reached in principle by the Red Sox and Diamondbacks on Monday, acquiring Schilling, the Red Sox parted with left-hander Casey Fossum, right-hander Brandon Lyon, pitching prospect Jorge De La Rosa and a minor leaguer to be named.
|October 5, 2003|
There were many loyal Red Sox fans that slept on the cold pavement on Yawkey Way waiting for the Red Sox to release some no show tickets to the game, only to be disappointed that there were no tickets available.
This afternoons game will be played at the same time as the football moves into Week 5 and the New England Patriots battle against the Tennessee?Titans in Foxborough. I suspect that the Red Sox game will get higher TV ratings.