Would you buy a used baseball franchise from this gentleman?

Sometimes, someone nails something so perfectly that (1) you just have to share it with your friends, and (2) there’s no point in doing much more than linking to their work.

Oh sure, last week Daryl turned you on to the new line of Frankrupt gear.  However, if you want to see an incredibly well-assembled list of the ongoing sins of the Frank (and Jamie) McCourt error era error, it’s right here at Mike Scioscia’s Tragic Illness.

Personally, we’re reminded of a famous moment from a legendary TV series, M*A*S*H when Frank Burns ends up wearing a toe tag with a message that describes the state of the McCourt boondoggle perfectly: emotionally exhausted and morally bankrupt.  We were, by the way, mildly amused to discover that Frank Burns has a longer Wikipedia page than most real people.

Strangely, Jimbo doesn’t have a Wikipedia page, but then, he’s not a real person either…or could you tell.



July 5, 2011 at 2:49 pm | Baseball, KCAL Crew, KCAL Rocks, Sports | No comment