12 Worst Franchises in Sports
There are numerous franchises that seem to do things right these days. The Philadelphia Phillies, the Green Bay Packers and the Los Angeles Lakers come to mind. Of course, winning doesn’t hurt. But rabid fan bases, great facilities, smart and caring ownership, and likeable players make for popular franchises.
But there is an opposite end of that spectrum. One where the fans have been completely disengaged, the owners will screw a city over for quick buck, the players are jerks and the ballparks are a joke. Let’s look at franchises that either have no interest in their fans, only in making a quick buck, or who try to succeed and fail repeatedly and spectacularly. —Johnny Goodtimes (AP Photos/Paul Sakuma/Jason Redmond/Kathy Kmonicek)
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