I wouldn’t ordinarily recommend a column of Phil Mushnick’s, but given that he devotes considerable space today towards favorable observations about Mike Francesca, Chris Russo, Stephen A. Smith, John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman, said entry seems rather historic, if nothing else.  There’s also this tidbit :

Ken Singleton’s cracks, last week, about Alex Rodriguez becoming the new “Mr. Rogers” because he hits so well in Toronto’s Rogers Centre, might have worked better if Mr. Rogers, as Singleton claimed, was, in fact, “retired.” Fred Rogers (above) is more than retired; he’s dead.