The Cubs clubhouse got the full EA experience yesterday, says columnist
Sports columnists, hired to bring you news, info and opinion related to athletics are now analyzing the clubhouse moves of Erin Andrews – and writing about it.
At least Mike Nadel of GateHouse News Service is.
His dispatch from yesterday’s Cubs-Brewers game had nothing to do with the actual game and all to do about EA touching Soriano’s bicep, bending forward to shake Aramis Ramirez’s hand and players making sexual comments about the ESPN sideline reporter.
Moments later, the blonde reporter was chatting with Alfonso Soriano. At one point, she placed her hand suggestively on Soriano’s left bicep.
Was I reading too much into all this? I don’t think so. I’ve been a paid observer for a long time … and I wasn’t exactly the only one who noticed.
As two Cubs stood near their lockers, one asked the other: “Hot? Or just attractive? Does she do anything for you?”
There you have it, folks. A classic summer dogfight between rivals has turned into an investigation of Erin Andrews’ clubhouse antics. We better never read Nadel bitching about bloggers.