In the Globe today:
David Wells, who was twice a Yankee and before signing with the Red Sox last winter called Brian Cashman and tried to talk the Yankees’ general manager into a third go-round, was asked his thoughts on the Bombers’ current travails, which had them just over .500 (38-37) after last night’s win over the Mets.
“I don’t know and I don’t care,” the Sox pitcher said. “I’m glad I’m where I’m at. That’s their problem, and you can go ask them.
“But I don’t think George [Steinbrenner] is too happy. I think he’s about ready to clean house, tell Brian to trade everybody and then fire him. I’ll take him, though, because Cashman is a great guy. He’s been good to me.”
For a guy who says “I don’t know and I don’t care” Boomer then goes on even more, in the piece, to talk about Bernie and the Big Unit too.
Wells has some ideas here. And, it’s hard for him hide them. After all, when he gets an idea, the light bulb goes on for all to see…..