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Adrian Devine

October 29, 2006

Many fans of baseball history know that Ty Cobb became a very wealthy man not on the strength of his demonic hall-of-fame career but rather by investing heavily in a new company called Coca-Cola. In that light, the Ty Cobb of the 1970s was Adrian Devine, shown here in a 1980 photograph evincing smug confidence in his recent acquisition of a majority share of stocks in Let It Breathe, Inc., which as everyone now knows is the world-famous corporation concentrating solely on manufacturing products made of mesh. Devine rounded out his prudent investment portfolio by purchasing several of the now-ubiquitous Aviator Glasses “R” Us franchises.

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