Roundup: Defending Dusty Baker; More Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Allegations; & Lowest Moment in US Soccer History

Roundup: Defending Dusty Baker; More Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Allegations; & Lowest Moment in US Soccer History

Roundup

Roundup: Defending Dusty Baker; More Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Allegations; & Lowest Moment in US Soccer History

Margot Robbie, actress … Reese Witherspoon has an 18-year old daughter who is going to be a debutante … actor Frankie Muniz suffered a series of strokes, can’t remember ‘Malcolm in the Middle‘ … “the morally corrupt contract between white fans and black athletes” … guy in Charlottesville who was beaten by white supremacists, now has a warrant out for his arrest because he fought back … actor Terry Crews was groped by a male Hollywood executive years ago … “We are wrong about millennial sports fans” … Julianne Hough seems really likable, doesn’t she? … was Matt Damon one of Harvey Weinstein’s media enablers back in 2004? … Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie say they were sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein … 

I’m really down in the dumps about US Soccer missing the World Cup. I can’t remember a time when the US didn’t make the World Cup when a) it mattered b) I was old enough to care. [NPR]

The Penguins went to the White House Tuesday, but it wasn’t about politics. [CBC]

Yes, someone is actually trying to defend Nationals manager Dusty Baker. [SI.com]

These texts might make it a little less surprising that Gary Andersen walked away from $12.6 million. Just a little, though. [Oregonian]

Dion Waiters: I was born to destroy. Does he mean team chemistry? [SI.com]

I played video games as a kid, but I have never heard of “Backyard Baseball.” [Ringer]

Anyone else wish Donald Trump would pick a new target? Now, we’ve got to stomach stories like this one, everywhere. [Time]

Antonio Brown and JJ Watt played on the same offense at Central Michigan. [The Postgame]

Some all-time Halloween news bloopers.

As far as soccer misses go, this one is up there with the worst.

Here’s Gwyneth Paltrow on David Letterman talking about Harvey Weinstein in 1998.

More Big Lead
Home