Japanese pitching phenom Masahiro Tanaka was formally introduced at a Yankee Stadium press conferences, fielding a series of what can only be called 'gotcha' questions from the relentless New York media.
Tanaka stumbled at times as he tried to answer questions about his first trip to New York as a high school student, his brief phone conversation with Hideki Matsui, and whether he looked forward to the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry. Tanaka was also asked about the larger balls he would encounter in the Majors, to which Tanaka responded with two uninterrupted minutes of giggling, which I can only assume was nervous in nature.
Now that he's been formally introduced, Tanaka will be expected to deliver a championship. By himself. Last year. Technically he did that, but not for the Yankees, so he's clearly got some catching up to do in the eyes of the fans.