Rich Dauer, Astros Coach Who Nearly Died During 2017 Championship Parade, Joins All-Star Game Coaching Staff

This is very cool. Rich Dauer has been out of baseball since he collapsed during the Houston Astros championship parade last November and nearly died of an acute subdural hematoma. He had to undergo emergency brain surgery, and endured a lengthy recovery process; the closest he’s come to baseball since then was an…

Arsène Wenger: Oh God, What Was I Doing At Arsenal For The Last 22 Years?

Pretty much the entire back half of manager Arsène Wenger’s 22-year tenure with Arsenal could be forgotten with little consequence. After winning a couple titles and then going unbeaten in the 2003-04 Premier League season, Wenger’s accomplishments quickly thinned—a mix of third- and fourth-place finishes balanced out…

Ex-NFLer Colton Underwood Learns The Rules Of The Bachelorette Fantasy Suite Fuck, Gets Sent Home

Team, it’s been a good run. Well, actually, it’s been a run full of trials and tribulations. Quite frankly, I had higher hopes for us. But part of being a good coach is knowing when to accept defeat and that’s what happened during Monday night’s episode of The Bachelorette, in which Colton—former NFL player, founder…

Trump Takes Back That Whole 'Not Blaming Russia For 2016 Hacking' Thing

President Donald Trump attempted to course correct Tuesday afternoon after more than 24 hours of resounding criticism—from both sides of the aisle and U.S. allies around the world—over his disastrously friendly press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. His solution? Claim that he meant the exact opposite…