Apparently those MIchigan authorities weren’t kidding around.
And so it’s come to this.
The same people who watched Denny McLain win 31 games help the Detroit Tigers to the 1968 World Series title can now bid on his life.
A court order has been issued for some of McLain’s personal property including items from his playing days, to be sold at public auction April 29.
McLain owes creditors more than $77,000 but there is apparently enough good stuff that a judge believes the items seized will bring enough cash to satisfy the judgment.
According to the Press-Argus, a crew of two court officers, two movers, a locksmith, tow trucks and Hamburg Township police officers recently visited McLain’s Mercer Road home and began seizing assets.