Yeah, it’s true – see this chain:
This whole thing was in regard to this comment that I made the other day:
For me, it just seems like the Yankees master plan, after the Stick/Watson cadre was gone after 2001, has been “Get guys who can mash and beat the crap out of bad teams and then fatten up when you play the O’s, and Tampa when they sucked, and whatever other shitty teams happen to be around that season…and then pray to break even against Boston and the other bad boys…and get into the post-season that way.”
And, what happens in the post-season? See 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, etc. When they face a team who can pitch, they get it stuffed down their throats.
Yeah, I know, what about 2009? Two words: Anthony Galea.
Really. This is too funny. Just when I thought that no one read this blog because I’m a hack and I suck…well, that’s what many write about me…this morning I find out that I’m still the topic du jour for the late night tweeting crowd.
Go figure. I suppose that I should be honored that somebody (anybody?) still cares about what I’m writing here these days.
Again, this is hilarious. However, for the record, I wish those who keep saying I’m not a Yankees fan and/or hate the team would talk to someone who has attended a game with me and knows how much I care about this team.
Damn. I love the Yankees. I think about them every day. Three-sixty-five days a year. Been doing that since 1973. I’ve raised my kids to be Yankees fans.
Anyone who insists that I’m not a Yankees fan – especially those who have never met me, ever – just doesn’t know what they are talking about…
In any event, I’ve been “tweeted about” in the past. But, I thought those who liked to do that sort of thing had moved on to other things. It’s just crazy that people still feel the need to discuss me and my Yankee fandom. Gosh. Should I feel flattered?