Anyway, here's the latest from The Volokh Conspiracy at the Washington Post:
Disgraced former baseball player Lenny Dykstra, who played center field for the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Mets, apparently developed an innovative way to get on base: Blackmail umpires. From Philly.com:
Dykstra admitted while being interviewed, with no provocation, that he used half a million dollars to hire a private investigation team to get dirt on umpires, including extramarital affairs and gambling, that he would then use to shrink his personal strike zone.
“It wasn’t a coincidence I led the league in walks the next few years, was it?”As I said, flashes of creativity. But enough of that, back to DealBreaker:
Lenny Dykstra Scoffs At Accusations He Sexually Assaulted His Housekeeper, Maintains Good Luck Streak
LENNY DYKSTRA ‘ABSOLUTELY’ DOING A REALITY TV SHOW