Tuesday Tidbits – 06.19.07

Crazy day here…

It was interesting to hear Bob Neumeier mention this morning in the closing of the WEEI morning show that he was going to be back on in a couple of weeks.

This would seem to indicate that unless Neumeier is filling in for John Dennis, Gerry Callahan is nowhere close to being ready to resume his morning show duties.

In the June 8th media column by Susan Bickelhaupt Callahan made a joking reference to Asante Samuel. At this rate, Samuel will be back in action before Callahan…

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Mike Reiss checks in with another offseason edition of the Ask Reiss Mailbag.

A couple of possible supplemental draft possibilities for the Patriots are mentioned in the Globe and Herald blogs today, as Reiss mentions Nebraska offensive lineman Chris Patrick and Albert Breer has a look at former Georgia corner Paul Oliver.

When Dale Arnold started reading this story about former Celtic Vin Baker, today, I was sure that Baker had met an untimely death. Should we be relieved it was “only” drunk driving? What a mess this guy’s life is.

Gordon Edes had a Red Sox chat on Boston.com today.

Dan Lamothe nabs an interview with one of the Red Sox bongo drum dancers.

Bill Simmons chronicles his latest trip to Vegas.

Neil Best wants your opinion on the best and worst NYC sports announcers.

Michael Hiestand says that Johnny Miller delivered for NBC in the U.S. Open broadcast, while Chris Berman, not so much…

Bob Raissman didn’t enjoy the Roger Clemens infomercial during ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball.

Richard Sandomir examines why Alex Rodriguez has yet to be the subject of a YES network “Yankeeography” show.

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Tonight

7:00, NESN – Red Sox @ Braves
7:00, ESPN2 – College World Series