Sport: The Boston Badmouths

Club owners have the money and power. Players have their unions and the right to strike. Referees have the last word. But what does the forgotten sports fan have? Sports Huddle, that's what.

Originating in Boston, Sports Huddle is a raucous weekly radio show dedicated to "looking out for the fans." The proprietors-Mark Witkin, Jim McCarthy and Eddie Andelman-are an unholy trio of amateur broadcasters and professional fans. Every Sunday night from 7 to 11, they rail against everything from overpriced tickets and cold hot dogs to sportswriters ("Sock sniffers in the locker room") and the sports establishment ("They've been abusing the...

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