I noticed this one because it mentions John Kruk. If you have to ask who John Kruk is, you probably haven’t watched major league baseball, or ESPN, since just about when ESPN first appeared.
John Kruk was the most entertaining hitter I have ever seen. Which means that the most unforgivable sin in the lawsuit filed against him on behalf of the sleeping Yankee fan is that whoever wrote it repeatedly spelled Kruk’s name wrong.
If you want to read some entertaining commentary focused on the lawyer who filed the lawsuit, read this blog post. Not only do I like that lawyer’s commentary, but I really like his resume. How many lawyers can say they played saxophone with Ray Charles, the Four Tops, and Tom Harrell?
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