There is nothing more predictable than TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz attending Media Day, except maybe a rush of other reporters commenting on how Ines Sainz is attending Media Day. To illustrate how she's only there for attention, a large number of these reporters either pose for photos with her, or surreptitiously…
Major League Baseball provided a much-needed distraction from the prolonged drama of the Albert Pujols decision yesterday by issuing a dress code policy for media members, the first set of press dress guidelines in major American sports.
Ines Sainz, international sports reporter of note, turns 31 today. To commemorate her birthday, here's a column submitted by "Anonymous Aging Male Sportswriter" from Sept. 15, 2010. This was a counterpoint to Emma Carmichael's first piece for Deadspin, "Letter From A Young Female Sportswriter: Ines Sainz, You Make Me…
It's kind of amazing that these two have never been captured in the same photo together. I totally looked. Nothing. Give it time.
A cavalcade of athletes gone astray from their moral core, rambunctiously violent media personalities, accidental female empowerers, and a mysterious man in a mask. See them all below.
As you may know, the Mexican TV reporter with the POM-bottle backside is being heavily promoted by her PR company for the Pacquiao fight. The very patient Michael Rand interviewed and transcribed her thoughts on, oh, stuff.
In sports, everyone is a winner-some people just win better than others. Like Ines Sainz, who never wanted to be famous. That's why she held a big look-at-me press conference to announce some things sure to get her back in the news.
Ines Sainz. Football. Ass. On-field chaos. The sexy. The unsexy. Yep, this Tauntr video essentially captures most of the overarching themes of today's posts.
Bayanihan Tayo! reports Ms. Ines Sainz will "work the microphone for the weigh-ins and other events concerning the [Pacquiao/Margarito] fight" at Top Rank's Bob Arum's behest.
Sainz basically told the Association for Women in Sports Media to go fuck off, she doesn't want their help. She also had harsh words for the journos and columnists covering the story. Please don't hate us, Ines.
"The University of Florida has fired a professor for saying during a lesson about sexual harassment that Latin American women dress more provocatively than U.S. women." Read more about Professor Taylor — he appears to have some lady issues. [Gainesville Sun]
A babe reporter walks into a locker room. Catcalls ensue; jock straps fly; penises shrivel. She doesn't understand the words, but she understands the sexual tension. It's palpable when an attractive woman appears. Palpable. Players call it campdick.
And he shares many other thoughts including this one: "I wish I was on the Jets practice field and they throwing me pass patterns by her as well. You would have seen me stumbling to get to her." Go Dinger! [97.5Fanatic]
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Inspired by Abe Sauer's slideshow of World Cup Babe Slideshows, we are proud to present a gallery of Ines Sainz galleries from around the web.
The great Sally Jenkins on Ines Sainz, Clinton Portis, and women in the locker room: "To be honest, the worst sexists I ever met were a couple of editors in suits at Sports Illustrated, not half-clothed players."