Former huge league flamethrower Trevor Might retired in daring trend Monday, trashing his former staff’s proprietor on the best way out the door.
Might, who spent the final 12 months of his profession as a member of the Oakland Athletics, advised his followers on Twitch he liked everyone in Oakland “aside from one man, and everyone knows who that man is.”
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Although Might by no means talked about Athletics proprietor John Fisher by title, it turned obvious Fisher was the lone exception to his love fest in Oakland when he mentioned, “Promote the staff dude … I attempted to get a promote shirt. It didn’t get right here quick sufficient. Simply promote it, man.”
“Let somebody who really, like, takes pleasure within the issues they personal, personal one thing,” Might pleaded. “There’s really individuals who give a shit in regards to the sport. Allow them to do it.”
“Take mommy and daddy’s cash some place else. Dork,” Might mentioned.
Might didn’t cease his full evisceration there.
“For those who’re simply gonna be a grasping fu*okay, personal it. There’s nothing weaker than being afraid of cameras.” (RELATED: Lady Who Fired Gun At White Sox Recreation Reportedly Smuggled It In Below Her Stomach Fats Rolls)
Might insinuated Fisher didn’t earn his wealth.
“Do what you’re gonna do, bro. No matter, you’re a billionaire. They exist. You guys have all this energy. You shouldn’t have any since you haven’t earned any of it.”
Fisher inherited a fortune from his dad and mom, Don Fisher and Doris Feigenbaum Fisher, the co-founders of clothes model GAP.
May additionally claimed Fisher was “too mushy to say duty for something you’re doing.”
Fisher will reportedly be shifting the Athletics to Las Vegas after failing to achieve an settlement to resume the staff’s stadium lease with town of Oakland.
“Simply be higher. That’s all we’re asking. Simply be a human being,” Might concluded.
The Athletics, who simply completed the 2023 season with an MLB-low 50 wins, suffered from abysmal fan attendance in 2023, breaking decades-old attendance information and setting new lows.