Lynn Zinser really lets it rip at the New York Times' Bats blog:
O.K., let’s see if we’ve got this straight. As Los Angeles Dodgers owner, Frank McCourt turned a storied franchise into a ridiculous melodrama centered on his dissolving marriage, alienated its loyal fans, let the iconic stadium languish, arguably turned a blind eye to the darkness gathering in Chavez Ravine’s parking lots, oversaw the whole Mannywood fiasco, ran up debt like a spoiled teenager with a parent’s platinum card, angered nearly everyone in Major League Baseball by being arrogant about it and then just escaped bankruptcy by selling the team for more than $2 billion.
Did ya catch that Harry Caray reference at the end? Clever New York Times...
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