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Night Moves: Who Let The Dogs On?....
Published May 9, 2014
ESPN's Keith Olbermann called out his "world's worst" persons in sports: Bolivian soccer club Universitario de Sucre MF Federico Silvestre for being angry that several dogs ran onto the pitch during the game. Olbermann: "this ain't Liverpool, you're playing in the Bolivian league." Also irritating Olbermann were Single-A Midwest League Clinton LumberKings fans for celebrating the team's comeback win from a 17-1 deficit, and Bruins fans for claiming the racist tweets directed at Canadiens D P.K. Subban were from "out-of-towners." Olbermann noted a reporter found T-shirts for sale in Boston that featured "sexism and homophobia."