Steve Garvey - Garvey's clutch, 9th inning, walk-off home run against the Chicago Cubs in game 4 of the 1984 NLCS was the beginning. I can still see the short, stocky putz circling the bases with his stupid fist in the air.
Leon Durham - The day following Garvey's shenanigans, the Cubs took a 3-2 lead into the bottom of the 7th inning of the series' decisive Game 5. Durham pulls a "Buckner" (before a "Buckner" was even a "Buckner") and the Cubs lose the game and series. Note: Prior to taking the field in the 7th inning, Gatorade was spilled on Durham's glove, dubbing this "The Gatorade Glove Incident"
Michael McCaskey - Don't even want to discuss this one.
Doug Williams - This guy just HAD to have his one glorious season during Walter Payton's last run. Doug Williams? Really? The Bears would've gone on to defeat Minnesota, and most-likely Denver in Super Bowl XXII. Payton would've walked away a champion. Thanks a lot, Doug. Couldn't wait one more year, huh?
Scotty Bowman - Whether it was coaching the Penguins or the Red Wings, Bowman's teams were always a thorn in the side of the Blackhawks. I guess that's why in 2008 the Hawks hired him. He's still a jerk, though.
John Starks - We have six rings, you have "The Dunk". Whoopidee-doo!
Hue Hollins - Called a foul on Scottie Pippen to set up three free-throws for Knicks guard Hubert Davis in Game 5 of the NBA Conference Semi-finals. Davis drains all three free-throws and the Knicks win. Had the Bulls won Game 5, they would've been headed home with a 3-2 series lead. Instead, they won Game 6, but had to return to Madison Square Garden where the Knicks took Game 7 and the series. Would've been interesting to see if Scottie could have led the Bulls to a Championship without Mike.
Steve Bartman - I don't even think I have to explain this one.
Alex Gonzalez - Not invited to any Bartman family functions.