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Josh Hamilton Talks Addiction On Glenn Beck TV: “We Need To Find Out Why These [Relapses] Continue To Happen”
As we mentioned yesterday, Texas Rangers’ slugger Josh Hamilton sat down this afternoon on Glenn Beck TV to give his first post-relapse interview. And, as expected, it was a personal and somewhat emotional moment for the 2010 American League MVP.
Earlier this month Texas Rangers’ slugger Josh Hamilton, who at one point was out of baseball due to problems with drug and alcohol addiction, had a bit of a relapse at a Dallas-area bar. He has decided to grant his first sit-down interview on Wednesday, which is scheduled to air on
“Baseball Tonight” Fox Sports Dallas ESPN… Glenn Beck TV?
Back in June, we wrote about something that on the one hand, wasn’t surprising, and on the other, we wondered if it could possibly be a good idea. That idea: MLB Advanced Media – which includes MLB’s streaming video operation – teaming up with conservative/lachrymose crazy-man pundit Glenn Beck for his new online show.
A few days ago, college football fans across the land lined up to take shots at EcoKat, a new mascot devised by Kansas State to help promote an environmentally conscious message. Well, it turned out so many people lined up to take shots that the school has drastically reduced EcoKat’s eeb presence. The URL that once led to her site redirects here, while school officials say that though she was misunderstood (“She is not an athletic mascot”), the school will hold back on promoting EcoKat for the time being. And in a bizarre turn, one of her many detractors was…right-wing icon/honor-restorer/apparent expert on the black American experience Glenn Beck
Chad Ochocinco claims to know politics. And whether in an effort to promote the notion of bipartisanship, or simply to stir people up, the Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver tweeted on Saturday that he had started reading Glenn Beck’s new book Broke, and that the conservative radio host’s views on political and economic issues were “epic.”
Major League Baseball’s online and interactive video operation has an interesting new partner who doesn’t have a thing to do with sports.
Glenn Beck was offended by players not putting their hands over their hearts during the national anthem at last night’s Super Bowl.
We know what you’ve all been thinking: “When will Glenn Beck weigh in on the Ines Sainz/Jets/sexual harassment controversy?” Well, wait no more: he did it today on his radio show, with some help from a friend.
St. Louis Cardinals star Albert Pujols and manager Tony LaRussa may have escaped heavy political criticism for their attendance at Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally in Washington, DC last week. But their performance on the field since the rally seems to have taken a hit.
While you were sleeping, SportsGrid was up all night watching TV and searching the internet for links to help get your day started. Today, Tiger has a rough start, Glenn Beck has a Cardinal-attended rally, Brett Favre shows the rust, and more.