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Quote of the Day II: T.J. Simers on Frank McCourt

Oct 13, 2010, 1:33 PM EST

At some point it will feel like we're piling on Frank McCourt. I just don't think we've reached that point yet.

Like I said last week, sometimes the Los Angeles Times’ T.J. Simers hits, sometimes he misses.  This is a big hit:

Last week Frank McCourt fired Dennis Mannion, the guy who has been
running the Dodgers for the past year while McCourt has been in hiding.

He also dismissed two secretaries, and because McCourt isn’t talking,
I can only assume they were deemed responsible for putting the team’s
poor bullpen together.

  1. BC - Oct 13, 2010 at 2:04 PM

    In breaking news, Frank McCourt fired himself.

  2. Philip P - Oct 13, 2010 at 2:14 PM

    One can always dream.
    For any fellow Dodger fans looking for hope despite the fiscal restraints of the team, check out the proposed roster moves in the following two links:
    http://mikesciosciastragicillness.com/2010/10/11/the-msti-2011-plan-part-1-offense/
    http://mikesciosciastragicillness.com/2010/10/12/the-msti-2011-plan-part-2-pitching/
    I can quibble with some of the choices but by and large this beats the roster moves of last year and will probably be better than what actually happens this off season.

  3. matt - Oct 13, 2010 at 3:45 PM

    TJ Symers may be the biggest ass-clown that ever walked the earth. He will say anything and everything without any proof or facts to back his story up. It’s amazing that he is employed by a major newspaper. He gets no credit for his line against McCourt.

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