(Spare me the innocuous accusation that I am playing the race card, because that insinuates that I am not adhering to facts, when this is nothing but fact).
Seems like Ozzie Guillen's body language¬†said it all. But here is what I'm saying.
If you are a regular reader of my articles, you would know about my ongoing topic of questioning the integrity of ESPN employees, or even my official boycott of ESPN.
More precisely, reporting the truth about the malicious gossiper known as Jay Mariotti of Around the Horn , and ESPN's blatant attempt to assassinate the career of Raiders coach Tom Cable with incendiary claims of serial abuse¬†made without evidence, only word of mouth.
ESPN does so to protect its agenda to undermine teams that do not garner big ratings.¬†
As much as I hate to say this, historically, the Raiders have done questionably in regards to ticket sales. The Raiders nearly did not sell out when Los Angeles upset Washington for the third Super Bowl win by the Raiders in the 1983 season.
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