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.