Michele Tafoya

Dan Le Batard has regrets over Michele Tafoya interview: ‘It went off the rails’

Dan Le Batard wishes he had a “do over” on the contentious interview Michele Tafoya had on his show. Le Batard, who left ESPN to found Meadowlark Media with former ESPN president John Skipper, appeared on the “House of Strauss” podcast. Host Ethan Strauss asked Le Batard if the interview with Tafoya was a success based on the buzz it generated — it so far has garnered 79,000 viewers on YouTube, a large number for their network, and was discussed by numerous outlets online, including The Post — or a failure because, as Strauss phrased it, there was not a...
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Michele Tafoya says she was ‘absolutely ambushed’ after contentious Dan Le Batard interview

Former NBC Sports reporter Michele Tafoya said she got “absolutely ambushed” in a recent podcast interview. Though Tafoya did not mention which podcast, she was a guest on “The Dan Le Batard Show” last week and things appeared contentious between her and the hosts while discussing critical race theory and Florida’s The Parental Rights in Education Act, also known as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. “The second I got on — bam. I was ambushed with ‘You’re anti-CRT. You’re a racist. You can’t read the Florida law without it being homophobic,’” Tafoya said on an appearance on the Fox News show, “Gutfeld!” this week....

Michele Tafoya clarifies Shohei Ohtani tweet after backlash

Michele Tafoya says she did not want the Angels announcers to stop talking about Shohei Ohtani. Rather, she was talking about the physical baseball he hit for his hundredth career home run. On Saturday, Tafoya tweeted: “@Angels broadcast… Enough with the @Ohtani baseball chatter!!! @BallySportWest”. Tafoya told The Post that she was watching the game with her husband, a former Division 1 baseball player, and son, who plays in high school. They were joking around with each other about how much time the Angels’ telecast spent talking about the actual ball off Ohtani’s bat. “We were laughing because they did not...

Michele Tafoya offers weak explanation for Shohei Ohtani hatred

After Shohei Ohtani hit his 100th home run on Saturday, LA Angels fans were ecstatic. He became the third Japanese-born player to hit 100 baseballs out the yard, which was something ALL baseball fans were excited about. Also, he's the first player to collect 250 career strikeouts on the mound and 100 home runs at the plate since Babe Ruth.