Name: Mitch Williams
Year: (At least) 2008-14
Sport: Baseball, Girls Basketball
Odds are that if you've heard of Mitch Williams at all, you know him either for his nickname (Wild Thing), or for serving up Joe Carter's walk-off home-run in the 1993 World Series. Despite that stain on an otherwise
great decent career, Mitch's status as a fan favorite in Philadelphia gave him a chance to stay within the game as a broadcaster after his playing days ended. When MLB Network hit the airwaves in 2009, Williams was one of their inaugural analysts, a cushy gig he ruined with his conduct at a 10-year-old's baseball tournament last summer.
According to Deadspin (whom he's currently suing), Williams' years of retirement did nothing to make him wise and reflective. He instead appeared even more intense, possibly calling an ump a "motherfucker," continuously arguing calls, reportedly calling a kid a "pussy" (leading a player to later ask his parent what that was) and allegedly telling one of his players to peg the opposing pitcher. Previously, Mitch had been tossed from his 10-year-old daughter's basketball game for dropping several F-bombs on a female ref. This conduct caused the organization providing the refs to boycott any games where Williams would be in attendance.