soft hands.


To the Sports Editor:

The sad but seemingly inevitable forced departure of Buck Showalter from the Yankees should cause even the most diehard fan to question his loyalty and support. Showalter, who was arguably the most talented manager in New York since the era of McCarthy, McGraw and Huggins, is better off without the headaches of working for George Steinbrenner. He will survive and thrive elsewhere. The Yankees and their fans, however, are doomed to another long period of mediocrity.

A boycott of the Yankees is the only way to bring an end to this madness. [ny times, 1995]


2:27 PM :: ::
  • i have never lessthanthreed you more than i do right now

    By Blogger Mr. Faded Glory, at 3:14 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • thx

    By Blogger lupe!, at 4:39 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • It took me about a half hour to figure out what that meant.

    btw, Hank Steinbrenner rocks (see the NY Post article).

    By Blogger Rich, at 10:37 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • get with the times rich!

    a steinbrenner as the voice of reason. who'd have thought?

    By Blogger lupe!, at 11:57 AM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • It's a process, lupe.

    Murray Chass destroyed Torre's credibility.

    By Blogger Rich, at 1:15 AM   <$BlogItemControl$>
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