That sounds pretty lame,” he wrote back. “I should remind you, there will be over 125k drunk people in the infield. That’s at least 50k booties in jean shorts. Beers are 2 bucks.”
He struggled through a torn MCL, losing 60 pounds and the indignity of being stuck on island with Blair from The Facts of Life; but ultimately, Jeff Kent's run on Survivor ended because of his biggest vulnerability: how gosh darn likable he is.
He has squabbled with Barry Bonds in the dugout and T.J. Simers in a clubhouse, injured himself while "washing his car" and won a National League MVP. But by going on CBS' Survivor, Jeff Kent is entering a new universe of strangeness. Luckily, he is bringing his sunny attitude and mustache along with him.
Tiger Woods may still end up the greatest golfer in the history of the sport. His sleazy personal life has made him into a totally different kind of celebrity. With this much ground to cover, it's no wonder that Hank Haney's new book is only the tip of the iceberg.