I wonder if Toronto will put a plaque on the street "honouring" him for this past behaviour of his:
I am not big on such honouring of athletes ... especially those who played barely half their career in the city ... HOF quality players who played all, or at most a year or two at the tail-end of their career, in one city MIGHT be an exception.
But knowing the stupidity of politicians they will probably name a street for him on which there is a women's shelter.
Why? He'll never come back to T.O.