The Tigers lost and consequently overlooked the playoffs
days hours remaining
Almost immediately after the sale, McLain and his spouses stole $3 million from the company's retirement fund, and by 1995 the business was bankrupt.In connection for his Peet Packing company, McLain was once again convicted, this time for embezzlement, mail fraud, and conspiracy. He spent 1996 to 2003 in prison.
While serving his second stint, McLain needed a work-release at which he had been employed at a 7/11 at Detroit. He was seen signing autographs outside the store rather than working.After his release, McLain has been engaged in several Detroit podcasts, radio shows, sports publications, and sports television shows.At 75 decades old, Denny McLain has had quite the eventful life. I just think it's interesting how much more of a story can be told than what's found on the back of a baseball card.
This dude's narrative has the makings to be a crazy 30 for 30, maybe even Hollywood movie.There is a Crime in Sports episode on him.It's entitled"Murderers Are Much More Honest," that matches!
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