*I'll be a guest on tonight's NBC Bay Area's "Sports Sunday" with Raj Mathai and Raiders all-pro-corner, Nnamdi Asomghou.
Asomghou has become a semi-regular on the show and based on his previous appearances, I can almost certainly conclude that he would make for a pretty decent color analyst because he says a lot, knows a lot and isn't afraid to articulate a point.
Look for Asomghou to surface on either ESPN or another outlet after his playing days.
*Lost amid the Giants successful contract resolution involving Mike Krukow and Duane Kuiper is the status of ex-ESPN "SNB" tonsil, Jon Miller. Miller is under contract for the Giants another two years, but that did not include extra weekend games that he will work now that he'll know longer be doing Sunday Night Baseball. It isn't clear how much more money Miller wants, but you can bet he's seeking extra compensation.
See what happens when you win a World Series? It's not just the players you have to take care of.
*The longer the A's don't resolve their radio situation, i.e., KTRB, the more likely they'll end up, more than likely, on another different, probably smaller radio station for the 2011 baseball season. While most teams begin selling and promoting the upcoming season almost immediately after the conclusion of the last campaign, the A's have been more fixated on their pursuit of San Jose, which seems comical at this point.
It also shows that ownership is bereft of certain basic common business models, which clearly frontman, Lew Wolff, and majority owner, John Fisher, lack.
My best guess is that the A's will eventually find a small station and work a deal. It's a shame given the enormous talent of lead, pby-man, Ken Korach. He deserves better and so do Oakland A's fans.
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