How Much is Too Much? Boston Pro Sports Sites Uncovered

Amanda BrunoCorrespondent ISeptember 28, 2009

BOSTON - JUNE 17:  Paul Pierce #34 of the Boston Celtics answers question from ESPN broadcaster Stuart Scott as Pierce holds the NBA Finals MVP trophy after defeating the Los Angeles Lakers in Game Six of the 2008 NBA Finals on June 17, 2008 at TD Banknorth Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
The World Wide Web is making it more and more difficult for Boston sports fans.
With the official launch of ESPN Boston last week, there's now another top notch media outlet to choose from for Boston sports news.
The prime list includes: - The Boston Globe's online home - New England Sports Network primarily Red Sox/Bruins - Radio network website
ESPN Boston - ESPN's city outlet
Sorry Boston Herald, you didn't make the cut.

Boston Sports Media Watch is another great site that pretty much takes content from all of the sites listed above and and more and generates links to every days' tops stories so you don't have to go onto every single website separately and search.
So the question is, which is the best site for Boston sports news?
ESPN Boston already stole away two Globies in New England Patriots beat writer Mike Reiss and staffer Chris Forsberg who was recruited for multimedia purposes.
Who is the next big ticket person to be wooed to the world wide leader in sports?
Some people don't think it's fair that ESPN is starting to outsource to city coverage because it's stealing away from other sites.
It'll be interesting to see if regular readers start visiting ESPN Boston just because of Reiss and Forsberg.
But what about WEEI and NESN? Some web sites are good for certain content, be it blogs, video, live updates, box scores, chats, breaking news, etc.
Will some sites be written off completely?
This forever changing media industry is becoming too much to keep up with and someone is going to have to die off. Not everyone can win.
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