Somehow Rockies owner Dick Monfort has taken things from bad to worse. Just two days after news broke that he told a frustrated fan "if product and experience are that bad, don't come," an email exchange with another fan has surfaced with even more damning quotes.

The emails, which were obtained by Brian Maass of CBS Denver, were exchanged from July 5-7 between Monfort and a fan who asked to remain anonymous. The fan sent the following to the team:

"The Monforts have no business owning a baseball team and their missteps in hiring 'the good old boys' for front office and management positions is solid evidence of their ineptitude. They have ruined pro baseball in this region while generating millions of dollars in profit.'"

The fan told Maass he did not expect a reply, but instead the email made its way up the ladder to Monfort, who personally responded the next day. His response:

"By the way you talk maybe Denver doesn't deserve a franchise, maybe time for it to find a new home. Thanks."

Yikes. It's bad enough the owner told fans not to come to the ballpark if they are disappointed in the team, but suggesting the market is not good for baseball and that maybe the franchise should relocate is next level bad customer relations.

And, in case you're thinking the emails and story may have been fabricated or embellished, Monfort confirmed the exchange in a phone call with Maass.

The message was sent from Monfort's iPad and in a phone call with CBS4 Thursday night, Monfort confirmed sending the email.

"I sort of remember," said Monfort. "I do remember that. I was rapid firing it."

But Monfort now says what he wrote was not what he intended to write.

"I don't even have an idea what I meant to say," said Monfort.