With the Yankees contemplating their future, it was time for us to give good friend of the blog another call. Last time got a little bit awkward, but we needed to make sure someone was being honest with Bronny about what a suck-bag of crap his team was. The following is a transcript of our conversation:
RJG: Hey Bronny, how's it hanging?
BC: Could you stop asking me that? It's kind of personal.
RJG: You're not going to get all sensitive on me again, are you?
BC: I have a right to express my emotions.
RJG: Whatever. Are you aware that your team is a suck-bag of crap?
BC: That's not a thing. It doesn't even make sense.
RJG: Your roster-building philosophy doesn't make sense.
BC: Watch it.
RJG: You used to be a ninja! The old Bronny Cash would have traded A-Rod, re-signed Ichiro and Mo, traded for Justin Verlander and lowered payroll by now!
BC: There is no way any of that could ever happen.
RJG: You know what, Bronny? You don't deserve to be called Bronny Cash. Your new nickname is Lyin' Crapman. What do you think about that?!
BC: It does rhyme with my real name.
RJG: You're not acknowledging my anger! Why won't you acknowledge my anger?!
BC: I find it's best not to play into the anger of others; it creates unhealthy relationship dynamics.
RJG: Signing A-Rod to a 10 year contract creates unhealthy relationship dynamics.
BC: How dare you! You know that wasn't my call!
RJG: Wasn't it?
BC: Why do you always try to hurt me? [soft sobbing]
RJG: I'm sorry Bronny. I didn't mean it. It's just that you're a bad GM who won't acknowledge my anger.
BC: It's not all about you, RJG. Ha!
There you have it folks, as we head into winter, the Yankees are determined to get better for next year.