The Mikes -- whose show I actually like quite a bit, by the way -- weren't devoting a couple of segments within the show's first half to the Mitchell story, however. And that probably speaks to the nature of sports talk and media in general. The Schilling story was much more digestible, much less nuanced. It went from Point A to Point B. There was a "gotcha" factor. Schilling, prone to complaining about the media's inaccuracy, had committed the very sin he so rails against. There you go -- a nice, little package.