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Derek Jeter Will Be Missed

Derek Jeter played his last game as a Major League Baseball player yesterday.  All of those seasons have been as a member of my beloved New York Yankees. 294 more words


Olbermann Predicts Nationals to ‘Blow Through’ Postseason, Win World Series

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – ESPN’s Keith Olbermann predicted on his Monday television broadcast the Washington Nationals to “blow through” the postseason en route to their first-ever World Series championship. 284 more words


Derek Jeter vs. Keith Olbermann...by the numbers

Though I’m not a true baseball fan, the Yankees-Orioles game was on my calendar last Thursday.  The game had no bearing on the playoff picture—New York was already out, Baltimore was already in. 475 more words

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ESPN didn't suspend Bill Simmons for calling Roger Goodell a liar

ESPN didn’t suspend Bill Simmons for calling Roger Goodell a liar.

This much is apparent because, had this been the actual justification for the Worldwide Leader’s three-week ban of the Sports Guy, ESPN would be looking at a pretty thin roster of commentators after the Ray Rice scandal and Adrian Peterson story broke. 928 more words


Dog bites: Russo vs. Keith Olbermann

There’s a reason they call Chris Russo, “Mad Dog.” In Dog Bites, we highlight and breakdown his greatest on-air moments.

In this edition of Dog Bites, Mad Dog responds to Keith Olbermann’s evisceration of Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, who wraps up his MLB career this weekend. 264 more words


The End of an Era: Derek Jeter

It was eighteen years ago when I received my first baseball jersey. Being three years old I didn’t really have much knowledge about the number on the back of it or what that number would eventually come to symbolize. 480 more words


Keith Olbermann, aging smear merchant, attacks class act Yankee because he's the anti-Jeter

On Thursday night future Hall of Fame Yankee Derek Jeter played his last game in Yankee Stadium, and he delivered the winning run in the bottom of the ninth. 763 more words