What happens when a 22-year-old female production assistant puts herself in a scoring position? If you’re Steve Phillips, you whip out your bat and rush her mound. Phillips, a former baseball analyst for ESPN, got his walking papers from the network Sunday night after admitting his affair with Brooke Hundley, a gal just about nine points short of a ten and apparently a few innings short of a game. In spite of Hundley’s supposed ball control, this was some kind of sacrifice fly — the sacrifice being Phillips’ career, the fly being the one he should have left up.
Percentage of men who admit to committing infidelity, according to the General Social Survey done by the University of Chicago each year.
Well, what am I supposed to do? You won’t answer my calls, you change your number. I mean, I’m not gonna be ignored, Dan!
Like a microwave to a stick of butter, this 1987 thriller about a one-night stand gone horribly wrong softened straying peckers immediately.
An eleven-year member of ESPN’s Baseball Tonight, Harold Reynolds was fired in 2006 for what he called a "misinterpreted hug" by a female intern at the network. Reynolds and ESPN settled out of court after he filed a $5M wrongful termination suit. Hugs… bad. Losing your mind on the set… no biggie.
||Was once said to have gone through the entire staff of a St. Louis brothel in one night.
||Requested that an NYC brothel put cotton sheets on his bed, as the satin ones caused him to slip.
||The biggest p-hound in the game, he famously sent this response when asked by the franchise about his favorite moment as a New York Yankee.
||Within two years of his 1987 retirement, it was revealed he had fathered nine children by various women.
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