They say money can’t buy happiness. Unless, of course, happiness means doing whatever the goddamn hell you want. That is definitely purchasable. 
The 5 Most Pathetic Abuses of Power in Sports History



#5. Ted Turner Plays Baseball Manager for a Day
Let’s face it: The whole point of becoming a billionaire is so you can buy a sports team and vicariously live out all of the fantasies you were too slow or chubby to achieve in real life. But what sucks is the “vicariously” part — even though you get the nicest luxury box and are allowed to hang out in the locker room with the stars, you’re not allowed to get directly in on the action. Well, Ted Turner figured if he owns the damned team, who’s to stop him from declaring himself manager?



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They say money can’t buy happiness. Unless, of course, happiness means doing whatever the goddamn hell you want. That is definitely purchasable. 

The 5 Most Pathetic Abuses of Power in Sports History

#5. Ted Turner Plays Baseball Manager for a Day

Let’s face it: The whole point of becoming a billionaire is so you can buy a sports team and vicariously live out all of the fantasies you were too slow or chubby to achieve in real life. But what sucks is the “vicariously” part — even though you get the nicest luxury box and are allowed to hang out in the locker room with the stars, you’re not allowed to get directly in on the action. Well, Ted Turner figured if he owns the damned team, who’s to stop him from declaring himself manager?

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