Alex Reimer Blogs

Curt Schilling's Hall of Fame vote total rebounds after sharp fall

Curt Schilling’s Hall of Fame support plummeted last year, just months after he had endorsed a shirt that advocates lynching journalists. Some voters who previously backed his candidacy denounced the right-hander, including the Boston Globe’s Dan Shaughnessy, who called Schilling a “ menace to... Read More

Isaiah Thomas reportedly playing big role in Cavaliers' dissension

Isaiah Thomas is playing a leading role in the Cavaliers’ chaos. Earlier this week, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported players accused forward Kevin Love of faking an illness after checking out of their blowout loss to the Thunder Saturday just three minutes and four seconds into the contest. As it... Read More

Alex Rodriguez will reportedly join ESPN's 'Sunday Night Baseball'

ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball” booth is going to receive a boost of star power this season. Alex Rodriguez will join the telecast and continue to work as a studio analyst for Fox, per the Sporting News’ Matt McCarthy . The unusual talent-sharing agreement was made possible after ESPN made an offer... Read More

Bill Cosby is pulling for Eagles to beat Patriots in Super Bowl

Here is another reason to root for the Patriots in Super Bowl LII: Bill Cosby is a big Eagles fan. The alleged serial rapist was photographed Sunday wearing an Eagles hat while speaking with a worker at a Philadelphia bakery. The Facebook captain read, ““Bill Cosby comes home to Philly to support... Read More

Tim Hasselbeck on K&C says ESPN does not have anti-Patriots bias

Numerous ESPN personalities will probably spend the next two weeks denigrating the Patriots on their way to Super Bowl LII. But analyst Tim Hasselbeck doesn’t believe the network carries an anti-Patriots bias. In his weekly interview with “Kirk & Callahan,” Hasselbeck said most of ESPN’s... Read More