ESPN radio host Dan Le Batard used his daily morning show Friday to defend himself, 24 hours after his comments on Magic Johnson ignited an internal firestorm and had one colleague, Keyshawn Johnson, accusing him of racism. Le Batard, a veteran ESPN sports personality, didn’t as much rebut the racism claims — he didn’t think he needed to based on his “history” — as he attributed the angry responses to a larger race problem in the United States. “Now, I am in the middle of a storm where there are a lot of people laughing that I am in the middle of a racism controversy,” he said on “The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz.” “The social justice warriors are eating their own! I found it interesting what
A doctor who specialized in treating female gymnasts at Michigan State University and through the elite USA Gymnastics organization was charged Wednesday with sexual assault. Larry Nassar was charged in two Michigan counties. A message seeking comment was left for Nassar's lawyer.
We’re rapidly approaching baseball’s first-pitch season, an occasion that once featured frequent presidential participation. And while the local ballclubs haven’t established much consistency in such matters over the past decade, there have still been occasional executive branch pitches. Vice President Biden threw out the first pitch at Baltimore’s home opener in the April following the 2008 election. The next year, President Obama threw out the first pitch at the Nationals home opener. First lady Michelle Obama later threw out a Camden Yards first pitch of her own. So when John Angelos, the Orioles executive vice president and chief operating officer, appeared on a local podcast this week, he