That headline is sarcastic, in case you didn’t pick up on that. While there certainly are more rational, reasonable baseball writers today than there were ten years ago, there are still a ton of old-school anti-stats moralists hanging around—guys who call WAR nonsense because they can’t understand it, and paint baseball’s steroid era in black-and-white. […]
We'll take any allies in the war on the war on PEDs, even if that ally is the most self-satisfied broadcaster on television, a man who makes Bob Costas look like Woody Allen. Listen to Bryant Gumbel here. He speaks truth. Read more....
TV’s most honored sports journalism series, continues its 20th season
CNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla is joining HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" as a correspondent. He will continue to anchor his CNBC shows, including "Squawk on the Street" and newly-launched "Squawk Alley." "I’m thrilled to be joining REAL SPORTS,” Quintanilla said in a statement. Show More Summary
("There was a writer that did a story, and he said 'Michael's like a fine bottle of Bordeaux, and Bruce is like a shot of Jack Daniels.' And I love that." Props: HBO Sports) Tomorrow's episode of Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel will include a segment on the two most recognizable voices in combat sports — who just happen to be half-brothers. Show More Summary
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Fox's broadcast of last year's World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals, NBC's "Sunday Night Football" and HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" were among the big winners at the 35th Sports Emmy Awards handed out Tuesday. The ceremony, hosted by the National...
Appearing on NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday, HBO Real Sports host and former Today show co-host Bryant Gumbel argued that alleged racist comments by NBA Clippers owner Donald Sterling were an indication of broader racism in America:Show More Summary
Sports commentator Bryant Gumbel appeared on Meet the Press Sunday morning and argued that the National Basketball Association should be held accountable for Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling's comments, given that his history of racism was well-documented.
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After working for NBC News about 40 years, Jane Pauley has joined CBS News as a contributor to CBS Sunday Morning. Pauley co-hosted Today for 13 years, spanning Tom Brokaw and Bryant Gumbel’s tenures on the program, Pauley anchored NBC...Show More Summary
The year is 1997. It is Bryant Gumbel’s final day as host of the Today show on NBC. Tears have been welling up in eyes, heartfelt goodbyes will be delivered shortly, and a young, slightly shaggier-haired version of Matt Lauer is standing nearby, preparing to take over as host. All is quiet, all is relatively calm.
Yes, Phil Jackson does know exactly what kind of mess he's getting into with the New York Knicks. He described the stench of this franchise so comprehensively during a 2012 interview on HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, you would...Show More Summary
New interviews include Bethann Salei, whose husband Ruslan Salei, a former NHL player, was killed in the 2011 crash
REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL, TV’s most honored sports journalism series, continues its 20th season with more enterprising features and reporting when the show’s 203rd edition debuts TUESDAY, FEB. 25
UPDATED: He represented such clients as Elvis Presley, Johnny Carson, Bryant Gumbel and Vin Scully. Ed Hookstratten, the legendary sports and entertainment attorney, died Wednesday of natural causes after a long illness at his home in Beverly Hills, publicist Todd Beck reported. Show More Summary
Coming home for the holidays, Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley stepped up to host the "Today" show on Monday (December 30). The former employees, who graced the show from 1982-1989, joined Matt Lauer as they filled in for Savannah Guthrie...Show More Summary
"Today" celebrated some very special moments on Dec. 30. Meanwhile, Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley helped co-anchor the show.