…and having missed two weeks of opportunties to shit all over Harold Reynolds, he’s doing his best to make up for lost time. From Friday’s New York Post.

Before Harold Reynolds was sacked by ESPN for sexual harassment – he apparently forgot ESPN employees are permitted to behave in a sexually inappropriate manner only when on the air – several of his colleagues felt his baseball expertise, spoken daily to a national TV audience, was often spoken on behalf of his brother, Larry.

Larry Reynolds heads an agency that reps big leaguers, including Ryan Howard, Torii Hunter, Chad Cordero and Carl Everett. Hmmm.

Then there are those sportscasters who excessively praise (or excuse/ignore the transgressions of) athletes because they have the same agent.

But that’s the way it goes. If you only knew how many words are spoken to you that have nothing to do with you.

As always, Phil is the only one brave enough to write what some of us cowards have merely thought. For years, I’ve been offended (though occasionally aroused) by the on-air, sexually inappropriate behavior of Howie Schwab (above), and if nothing else, it is nice to know that I am not alone.