Twitter comments get Mike Bacsik fired

Former Major League Pitcher Mike Bacsik has now become the latest person to fall victim to Twitter. According to the Dallas Morning News, Bacsik has been suspended and consequently fired. Producer at “The Ticket” KTCK-AM (1310) made remarks through his personal Twitter account.

The suspension came after a story of an incident was aired on cable television CNN. Following on from a drunken night Bacsik carelessly remarked on the San Antonio baseball team winning to the Mavericks in the NBA playoff series. To find out more look at the article by Barry Horn on DFW.

In 2009 Mike Bacsik began producing the Norm Hitzges’ late morning sports talk show to then co-host a weekend programme in order to reach his ultimate goal of being the host on his own show. He is best known in Baseball for serving up Barry Bonds’ record breaking 756th home run in 2007.

Although San Antonio will find it hard to forgive Bacsik for his comments, the once baseball pitcher has apologized for is remarks and is keen to get back to co-hosting the Norm Hitzges’ talk show next week.

What do you think about Mike Bacsik’s comments? Was it right for him to get fired?