Former Major League player Raúl Ibañez has joined the Baseball Tonight crew, replacing the horrible waste of oxygen Curt Schilling who just can’t seem to keep his mouth shut. I could go on about the continued idiocy of Schillling, but I’d rather not give that assclown any further attention. This is supposed to be good…… Continue reading Raúl Ibañez Replaces Curt Schilling On Baseball Tonight
ESPN did what they should have done four or five times now.
Sadly, but certainly no surprise, given his past history of unenlightened comment, Schilling has now doubled down on transgender phobia and bigotry. The New York Daily News has the details of what he posted on his Facebook page. As with his various comments on evolution, it also shows a scientific ignorance that must be considered…… Continue reading Once again, I present Curt Schilling
ESPN is looking into Schilling’s comments yesterday, when he said he believed Hillary Clinton should be “buried under a jail.” Thanks, Curt, we missed ya.
The Erin Andrews lawsuit against the hotels gets even more ridiculous. Today, according to Deadspin, Andrews took the stand and testified that her former employer, ESPN, forced her to discuss the issue on national television “against her will before she was allowed to return to broadcasting duties.” It is a wonder that she didn’t sue…… Continue reading ESPN Forced Erin Andrews To Talk About Stalker
Mendoza and Boone replace Schilling and Kruk on Sundays.
And I thought they smelled bad on the outside!
If you’ve not yet heard, ESPN has pulled the plug on Grantland. Now, Jonah and Ben on baseball, and other Grantland sports writers, are being folded back into the generic ESPN family. But, nonetheless, I’m thinking this can’t be good news for longer-form sports journalism over there, or for more in-depth sabermetric-type writing there in…… Continue reading ESPN pulls the plug on Grantland
And of course they lost their damn minds.
The gift that keeps on giving.