John SaegerJohn Saeger is a writer, video technician, and podcast host from Philadelphia. In addition to John's work in sports video production, he writes extensively on music, film, and cultural history. He also has a background in investigation and data analysis. John enjoys using writing and photography to find unique angles to tell important stories.
Kenley Jansen may be out as the Los Angeles Dodgers closer, per comments from team manager Dave Roberts after the team’s playoff matchup against the San Diego Padres. Per ESPN, the manager discussed his pitcher’s performance following his squad’s 6-5 win in Game 2 of the National League Division Series. “There wasn’t a conversation. I […]
Dan Levy, creator of the TV show Schitt’s Creek, called out India’s Comedy Central channel for censorship in a tweet Tuesday. The actor and writer noted that the station removed a scene from the sitcom where two men kiss. He also clarified in a follow-up message that the moment was not omitted on Comedy Central […]
Dwayne Haskins will be benched in favor of quarterback Kyle Allen, the NFL’s Washington Football Team announced on Twitter on Wednesday morning. Speculation over the decision first began to emerge after the squad fell to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 4 by a score of 31-17. The franchise is 1-3-0 in 2020 and currently trails […]
Theo Epstein may be a fit for vacancies in the Philadelphia Phillies front office, according to a Tuesday article from NBC Sports baseball writer Jim Salisbury. The speculation follows a Cubs press conference earlier this week in which Epstein, the current Chicago president of baseball operations, indicated that he would remain on the south side […]
The Houston Texans fired head coach and general manager Bill O’Brien Monday night after a 0-4 start to the 2020 season. The team confirmed the move in a statement, which can be seen on Twitter here, from Chairman and CEO Cal McNair. The Texans are entering a scheduled Week 5 matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars. […]
John Lucas II is an “emerging” candidate to be the new head coach of the Houston Rockets, according to a Monday morning tweet from New York Times reporter Marc Stein. Houston has been looking to fill the position since the team parted ways with longtime leader Mike D’Antoni on September 13, 2020. John Lucas is […]