Via Neil Best:
Joba Chamberlain found that out when he came within a midge’s whisker of signing up for a weekly spot on Michael Kay’s ESPN 1050 show, which recently added controversy-in-waiting Billy Wagner.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman nixed the idea. Turns out such gigs are a Yankees no-no.
“It’s a policy I’ve had in place for a long time now,” he said before Monday’s mist-out. “We should speak with one voice, whether it is the manager or general manager. They can speak postgame or pregame or in their normal interview process but not have a regular schedule.”
…We should speak with one voice, whether it is the manager or general manager…
Unless, of course, it’s Hank’s voice. Then, all bets are off.