HOUSTON – A District 43 circuit judge has just thrown out the $12.7 million lawsuit that had been filed against the Houston Astros organization by a group calling itself The Left Coast Anti-Astros Coalition.
LCAAC spokeswoman, Willadeena Pinnsanelli, stated that her group, consisting of 291 individuals, was extremely upset at the judge’s ruling. She said that a dozen or so had actually thrown up when they heard it.
The thrice-divorced Ms. Pinnsanelli said that they plan to go to the Supreme Court, because it is not fair that the Los Angeles Dodgers lost to a team that cheated, and then refused to admit it or even apologize.
She said that the Astros engaged in the high baseball crime of stealing signs, which, in Venezuela, would result in huge fines and jail sentences.
Pinnsanelli was asked if the fact that her husband and her brother had each lost $7,000 betting on the Dodgers to win the World Series could be the reason why she was so upset.
She quickly replied, “No, in fact, until now, I had no idea that my husband Joey or my brother Jose had even bet on the series.”
She then said that the LCAAC wants the Astros to return the money they won, and to donate it to an organization that makes the N95 medical masks.
The LCAAC spokeswoman then added that, as for the rings, they should be donated to the HDV of A, the Hot Dog Vendors of America, who will, most likely, not be able to yell out “Hot Dogs! Get your Hot Dogs here!” for who the heck knows how long.