For the second time in four years, Blauch-Head decided to assault his ex-wife -- a DIFFERENT ex-wife than the one he served probation for four years ago when he thought it right to beat her up.
After the arrest, the Minnesota Twins, who were about to induct Knoblauch into their Hall of Fame, have permanently cancelled the induction.
Stephen A. Smith and ESPN plan to address the firestorm surrounding Smith's comments on Monday's "First Take".
After learning of his new Sirius XM gig, I have to think it might be Smith's last day with the Four-Letter Network -- by his own design.
Non-sports here for a second, just to show you how bad things are getting against women:
This weekend was the annual pop-culture geek-fest, the San Diego Comic-Con.
There has been so much sexual harassment and assault at the event that 2,600 women signed a petition demanding SDCC toughen it's stance against such action.
Among the situations women have routinely had to put up with:
- Having pictures taken non-consensually while bent over
and other incidents...
Women are going to have to do a lot more than talk. They're going to have to do.
That means police, pepper-spray, whatever becomes necessary... Because there's no action they can take that won't provoke somebody...
Isn't that right, Stephen A. Smith?