There he was, the lone puppy yapping away and barking at Frank McCourt, while most Los Angeles Dodgers fans have moved on and have begun watching four other teams with equal or lesser payroll levels square off in postseason series. But TJ Simers is still nipping at McCourt's heels:
But forget all the legal mumbo jumbo; if McCourt is really serious about being the owner of the Dodgers, then why isn't he acting like one?
Whatever one's opinion of Bud Selig might be, if it comes down to the best interests of baseball it's hard to side with Frank the way he has turned his back on the Dodgers' decline.
It's Frank who is responsible for emptying Dodger Stadium. It's Frank who has made the Dodgers irrelevant. It's Frank who continues to keep the Dodgers hostage, the team's future residing somewhere in limbo.
He should be embarrassed, but he has a better reason to do what he can to instill some hope in those who have been emotionally invested in the Dodgers for so many years.