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Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat earned a 6.1 U.S. HH rating and delivered 9,770,000 million viewers.
Those numbers are down from Game 3, which was the second most-watched NBA game in cable history (10,889,000 million viewers).
Miami (25.1 HH rating) and Chicago (22.6 HH rating) led the way locally in the metered markets. Read more
During the Monday broadcast of the Reds-Phillies game on 700 WLW, Reds announcer Marty Brennaman called Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter a whiner and excuse-maker and said it’s always something with the Cardinals, whom he said might be the most disliked team in baseball. Of course this largely stems from the Albert Pujols hit-by-pitch contretemps during Sunday’s game with the Reds, when Cardinals players and coaches (most notably pitching coach Dave Duncan) took issue with Pujols getting plunked in the ninth inning, a development that put the tying run on base for the Cardinals and yet seemed nefarious to Duncan and others.
Here’s the link to the audio of Brennaman’s rant:
Starting today sketches of the two men suspected of beating Giants fan Bryan Stow into a coma will be appearing on 300 billboards in the Los Angeles area. Tipsters can call 1-877-LAPD-247; there’s a 100,000 reward in play. Stow, whose mother said he is “basically gone” this week, was attacked in the parking lot of Dodgers Stadium following a game. The two men attacked three people, including Stow, kicking and punching them and shouting expletives about the Giants, police have said. Stow fell and hit his head on the ground.
Lamar Advertising of Los Angeles is paying for the billboards in an effort to help catch these men.
(Source: Vin Scully is My Home Boy)