Because Willie Randolph is a beloved New York Yankee, because he was a favorite player of two moderators here at YFSF, because he is a native New Yorker, because you just don’t send someone 3000 miles to Disneyland to fire him when you could have axed him before the unneccessary trip, I feel it is my duty to tell Omar Minaya that he has done wrong. But Mike Vaccaro does a better job:
They need to be humiliated.
What a crowd these bums are, all of them, from the Wilpons at the
top to Omar Minaya down below, all of them who conspired to botch this
firing worse than any firing has ever been botched. Ever. You wouldn’t
trust these guys to run a 7-11, let alone a National League baseball
team. What a joke. What a cowardly, dastardly joke.
A midnight massacre.
A three-a.m. thrashing.
Disgraceful. Utterly, completely, disgraceful.
This is not a Yankee thing at all, but today is going to be one those great New York City sports radio days. I’ll be in a classroom all day, but I hope some people have their radios tuned. This should be a fun day for the Mets PR team.