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Sunday, August 30, 2015


Vin Scully: I believe next year will be my last

Vin Scully announced on Saturday that he expects to call one more season after this year before retiring as a play-by-play announcer for the Dodgers. "Realistically, next year will be my last year [with the Dodgers]." — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) August 29, 2015 Scully turns 88 in November, so there is no doubt…Read More

Shane Mosley goes off on writer for criticizing fight

Shane Mosley went off on Los Angeles Times boxing writer Lance Pugmire for being critical of the boxer’s fight Saturday against Ricardo Mayorga. Mosley, 43, is fighting for the first time in nearly two years. He has gone 1-4-1 in his last six fights, and it’s pretty conclusive that he has no business fighting anymore….Read More

Sarah Palin on Curt Schilling suspension: ESPN buys into propaganda of ISIS

One of America’s most beloved Republicans has taken a stance against the way one of America’s other favorite Republicans was punished by his employer for a recent tweet. In a lengthy Facebook post on Thursday, Sarah Palin defended Curt Schilling and his recent tweet about radical Muslims. (Editor’s note: Yeah, I was kidding about the…Read More

Lou Holtz getting his own golf radio show

Lou Holtz mutually agreed to part ways with ESPN a few months ago, and the former Notre Dame and South Carolina coach has already landed a new gig. It just might not be what you envisioned. Holtz is set to begin hosting a golf show on SiriusXM’s PGA Tour Radio beginning Sept. 1. It is…Read More

Don Orsillo out at NESN as Red Sox TV announcer

One of the better, longer-standing TV broadcasting pairings in MLB will be receiving a big change. Reports say Don Orsillo, who has called Red Sox games on TV for NESN since 2001, will not be back next season. The team’s radio voice, Dave O’Brien reportedly will replace him. Orsillo and Jerry Remy formed one of…Read More

Curt Schilling pulled off Little League game after tweet about Muslims

Curt Schilling sent a controversial tweet on Tuesday comparing radical Muslims to Nazis, and the backlash was felt almost immediately. In a statement shortly after the now-deleted tweet went viral, ESPN announced that Schilling has been removed from his duties with the Little League World Series. “Curt’s tweet was completely unacceptable, and in no way…Read More

Jason Whitlock in talks to leave ESPN, possibly for FOX Sports

Jason Whitlock is looking to leave ESPN a year before his contract ends, and he could end up at FOX Sports, according to a report. Sports Business Daily’s John Ourand reports that Whitlock is looking to leave ESPN now that his role at the network has changed. Whitlock was hired to be the creator/leader of…Read More

Robert Klemko explains why he never reported Cris Carter comment

The Monday Morning Quarterback’s Robert Klemko attended the NFL rookie symposium in 2014 where Cris Carter made his now infamous “fall guy” speech, but he never reported the remark. Instead, Carter’s advice to rookies that they obstruct justice and skirt the law when doing something wrong only became publicized by an ESPN feature about Chris…Read More

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