Friday, October 10, 2008

Brian Cashman Discusses Hank Steinbrenner's Refusal to Submit to Hard Questioning

Once again, we here at RJG contacted Brian Cashman via satellite video phone and discussed the current goings ons. The following is a transcript of that discussion:

RJG: Bronny Cash! What's up man?

BC: Pretty good, just enjoying a short break before the organizational meetings.

RJG: Hey Bronny, how come Hank has refused to answer our call for an interview? Why is he so scared to answer the tough questions? America deserves to know!

BC: I'm not sure he's ever heard of you guys.

RJG: Brian Joseph Cashman! We both know that isn't true!

BC: Okay, look, maybe he's scared, maybe he's not sure how he'll perform under the pressure of the intense soviet style interrogation methods you guys use during your interviews. Can you blame him?

RJG: It's not all about you Bronny.

[click and audio and video silence]

10 comments:

TribeGirl said...

Don't waterboard Hank - it's supposed to be against the law!

Roberto Alejandro said...

It's only against the law if you consider the Geneva Conventions law, and as far as I know I'm not from or in Geneva. Besides, I asked the president and he said it's cool.

Quinn said...

uhhhhh.... i dont know if anyone here reads river ave blues.. but john kerry accused a political opponent in MA of being a yankees fan. wow.

Roberto Alejandro said...

well, here's the thing. While anywhere else that would be juvenile, in MA who is and isn't a Yankee fan is a legitimate political issue to be discussed endlessly by campaign spokespersons and pundits.

TribeGirl said...

Wow....I read that article. Isn't baseball supposed to be America's favorite "pasttime?" The fact that either party, the pundits, or constituents have let it cross over into the serious conversations is crazy!

Get someone on the phone - RJG needs to report on the Yankees being inserted into the election!!! Kerry will do it - he doesn't want to be waterboarded.

raven said...

Mr. T's team is now 0-2 behind the Phillies.
I'm sure Hank will answer your challenge in no time with the brightest smile ever seen on a living creature's face.
Who would have thought Brett Myers is a genius hitter.

raven said...

I believe the umpires should be fair or unfair to both teams but
this thought has been bothering me for a while.
It seems to me that most umpires favor the Red Sox.
Matsuzaka tossed six innings of no-hit ball?
Yes, he did that with big help from the home plate umpire.
Jon Lester didn't strike out Mark Teixeira. The home plate umpire struck him out.
Matsuzaka didn't strike out Evan Longoria. The home plate umpire struck him out.
Bad calls like these usually help the Red Sox to win.
This really need to be stopped.
I want a fair game.

Roberto Alejandro said...

yeah, Dice-K can barely throw a strike over the plate, it's amazing. hate bad calls but you have to find a way to deal with it.

Fred Trigger said...

I dont know. I was at game 3 of the ALDS, and it looked like Josh Beckett was getting hosed with a lot of those calls. of course, I was in the grandstands, so maybe I didnt have the best point of view.

Roberto Alejandro said...

way to throw it in our face that your got to watch your team in the playoffs while we discuss trade options, Fred. Just kidding. All I know is that Josh Beckett throws 74mph and they always adjust the gun so it reads faster. Then the umps call every hit a foul ball so that opposing hitters never get on base. If you watch closely you'll notice that.