Pedro Martinez Claims He Was Denied MVP Award By ‘Racist Writers’
Pedro Martinez had a season for the ages in 1999. That season, he led the American League in strikeouts, earned run average, and wins, which is no small feat. He was widely considered a top candidate for the American League MVP award, but Martinez recently claimed that he was snubbed of that honor due to racist baseball writers.
Kaepernick’s Netflix Series: ‘We Can’t Speak Our Truth’
On Monday, Netflix released a trailer for the Colin Kaepernick series that begins Oct. 29. As of this morning, more than two-thirds of the YouTube reactions were thumbs down. In a glimpse of the upcoming series, the trailer for “Colin in Black & White” features Kaepernick whining about others determining “our” path and preventing “us” from speaking our truth.
Today’s Big Racism Problem: Not Enough Black Women in Volleyball
This past summer, the U.S. women’s Olympic indoor volleyball team won its first gold medal in the event. But a left media outlet has turned the celebration of this milestone achievement into a race issue.
‘Transgender’ MMA Fighter Beats Up Woman
Alana McLaughlin choked out Celine Provost in the second round of a Friday MMA match in Miami. On the surface, it sounds like a ho-hum competition between two no-name women. Not so. Alana is a man pretending to be a woman and has the muscular physique to prove it.
Claim: ESPN Flips Meaning of Diversity and Inclusion in Hiring
ESPN, more and more, seems like it has flipped the meaning of diversity and inclusion. According to Outkick columnist Bobby Burack, it’s become obvious that ESPN is giving blatant advantages to some over others in its hiring process.
English Soccer Team Gets Booed For Virtue Signaling In Poland
Plenty of athletes over the past year have kneeled to protest “racial injustice.” While this gesture of solidarity has generally been well-received, the English national soccer team was met with a different response on Wednesday night.
Canadian Hockey Leagues Still Paralyzed by Fear of COVID-19
Canadian sports leagues still haven’t gotten the memo that people do not need to live in fear over COVID-19. The Ontario Hockey League – one of the three major junior hockey leagues in Canada – still thinks that people need to be herded like a pack of little children at hockey games and is taking ridiculous measures to make sure no one “misbehaves.”
MSNBC MELTDOWN Over Full Football Games, ‘Theaters and Beaches!’
On Tuesday's edition of Hallie Jackson Reports on MSNBC, the namesake host and correspondent Erin McLaughlin lamented sellout crowds at college football games over the weekend. Additionally, McLaughlin promoted a doctor who refuses to see unvaccinated patients and gave incomplete information while fearmongering about a new variant.
NFL: Ready, Set, Get Woke For 2021 Season!
The NFL continues to stubbornly beat its head against the wall and shrink its audience by promoting unpopular social justice messages. Does it care? No. The Associated Press confirmed that social justice will be a predominant theme again when the 2021 season begins Thursday night.
Texas Rangers Honor Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan
American soldiers killed in recent suicide blasts in Afghanistan were honored last week by the Texas Rangers baseball team. Thirteen U.S. soldiers were remembered for falling in defense in liberty Aug. 26 in the ISIS-K attack at the Kabul Airport. The University of Nebraska also held a touching tribute to America's first responders.
USA Today Writer: Climate Change to Affect Fall Football
It’s best you take in as much fall football now as you possibly can, while it lasts. Due to so-called “climate change,” there may be as little as 10-15 more years of autumn football. That’s the load of bull spewing from the tweeting of a few prominent sports reporters.
Jaguars Use Vaccine Status As Factor In Roster Cuts
NFL teams recently made their final 53-man roster cuts before the season begins on September 9. Making a team (or not) is usually based on your capabilities as an athlete, but one team partially made their personnel decisions based on the vaccination status of their players.
Little League World Series Was Great Because Parents Weren't Involved?
The most recent edition of the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA, was held under strict protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The protocols were so strict that even parents could barely interact with their sons beyond cheering for them from the stands. In a convoluted way, some argued that this was a good thing.
ESPN Fires Rachel Nichols For Comments Made a Year Ago
For five years, Rachel Nichols has been a regular on ESPN’s NBA coverage. In addition to hosting “The Jump,” Nichols could be seen reporting courtside at countless games interviewing countless players and coaches. She was an incredible asset to ESPN, but now she is out of a job because of a comment she made over a year ago.