From the AP (thanks to Chuck Meehan for the link) :

A dentist to the rich and famous has filed a $7 million lawsuit against the estate of late New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle, claiming his home was destroyed when the ballplayer’s small airplane crashed into his apartment building. Dr. Lawrence Rosenthal says in court papers that after Lidle’s Cirrus SR-20 aircraft crashed into the Manhattan building where he lived with his wife and teenage son, they had to vacate their 43rd-floor apartment.

Rosenthal, whose patients include Donald Trump, Bruce Springsteen and Catherine Zeta-Jones, said his apartment sustained “severe damage, including broken windows, smoke damage, loose bricks and extensive other damage” that forced them out.

Rosenthal was in the news in January, when he sued best-selling dating-book author Ellen Fein for $5 million after she called him a quack on the and Web sites. She accused him of ruining her mouth.

The lawsuit accused Fein, author of “The Rules,” of defamation, harassment and extortion.

Pittsburgh and Atlanta are currently tied at 4 after 7 innings on ESPN ; Gary Thorne and Steve Phillips already indulged one NutriSystem plug from the Krukster and I’ve hit the mute button rather than endure another.