February 26, 2009
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Dean’s promising sports career ended early in the cup check line at Little League practice. The injuries he sustained would require complex groin surgeries and years of psychoanalysis. He would re-emerge a decade later, however, as a phenom on the international jai-alai circuit. Sadly, after the accidental death of a Norwegian player struck in the head by one of Dean’s legendary 200 mph side-arms, Dean lost the nerve to compete, developed a severe addiction to the sound fresh tennis ball cans make when they’re opened, and once again receded into sports obscurity. His athletic career and addictions behind him, Dean now lives comfortably in Rio de Janeiro, where he has developed the physique of a chess Grandmaster and is intent on returning the ascot to “en vogue” status.