Sox Pitcher, John Lackey Divorces Wife With Breast Cancer

 

tmz.com:

Boston Red Sox pitcher John Lackey has filed to divorce his wife, Krista … who is in the middle of battling breast cancer. Lackey filed on August 30, according to court docs in Texas, claiming “the marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities.” Krista and John got married in November, 2008. Sources close to the family tell TMZ … Krista underwent a double mastectomy back in March and underwent chemo as recently as June. The divorce petition says John and Krista had a prenup. It also says Lackey has “separate property” he wants to keep for himself. Lackey filed the divorce papers using only his and Krista’s initials — a tactic Tony Parker and Eva Longoria … and Sandra Bullock and Jesse James also used in their Texas divorces. It’s unclear why Lackey — who’s struggled on the field all season long — didn’t wait til the off-season, about a month from now, to start divorce proceedings. Lackey’s camp had no comment.

 

What a class act from a has-been pitcher who barely has a record of .500 and an ERA as high as Snoop Dogg during the ‘Up In Smoke’ tour. But that’s probably your wife’s fault too, right? I don’t care if she no longer has breasts, you’re walking out on her during a time when she needs you the most? And she’s HOT on top of all of it. Karma always has a way of coming around and you, Mr. Lackey, are what we call fucked. And not just any fucked. We’re talking the kind of fucked that New England Patriots fans felt when Eli released that ball and all you could see was a WIDE OPEN Plaxico Burress in the corner of the end zone. Your wife is going to beat the breast cancer, have reconstructive surgery, and fuck every player on the New York Yankees, bat boys included. I promise you, my fingers are crossed!

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