Bernie Williams was approached by a camera crew at a charity dinner last night, and was of course asked about his plans for this year, how he felt about the Yanks not offering him a deal, and whether he would be willing to play for another team. Bernie responded with the thoughtful, courteous, introspective answers we’ve come to expect from one of the classiest players to ever don the pinstripes. This, he said, was the "difficult" part of the business, and spoke of "Peter Pan Syndrome"—of playing a child’s game and never wanting to grow up. "Who wouldn’t want to continue to do this?" We’ve said this before and we’ll say it again here. There’s probably no room on the Yankee roster for Bernie. If he chooses to retire, he deserves every possible honor in the Bronx. But if he chooses to continue with his career elsewhere, we’ll only wish him the best, and look forward to seeing an old friend play out his career at his own pace.