Let me start this quite simply so we are clear on where I stand. I can’t stand you. I think you’re a disgrace to the sport of baseball, I think you have no place running one of the greatest franchises ever, and I think you should never EVER open your mouth. You confirmed this thought of mine by your bitching and moaning comments today about the current state of baseball. According to the New York Daily News, you said this Hank, “The biggest problem is the divisional setup in major league baseball” you said that you hate the divison set up now, but you hated it in the 1970′s too. And of course because you’re an almighty deity you, you didn’t even give us a better way to align the divisions. You just bitch and moan that the Dodgers don’t belong in the playoffs because the NL West sucks.
So what do you propose Hank? That we just ignore divsions and give the top four teams in each league a playoff spot? Okay fine, your team still doesn’t make it. You say its “not fair” that the Dodgers are in. You’re the head of the Yankees and you want to talk about fair Hank? How about we have a chat with the Orioles, Blue Jays and Rays. Hell let’s bring in all the small market teams from around the league, and lets see what they think about you complaining about things not being fair. I’m guessing they would feel as bad for you as Ohio State fans feel for Michigan fans right now.
Another great line from you Hank, you say that if L.A. were in the AL East they wouldn’t be in the playoff conversation. I find that fascinating, Hank, and so does this map. In case you’re struggling with that, notice that Los Angeles is on the left side of that map (we call that the West) and New York is on the right (we call that the East), now I know this 1st grade geography is really tough Hank, but having L.A. in the A.L East doesn’t make any sense. In fact, it makes about as much sense as you complaining about things not being fair.
Enjoy your billion dollar stadium, destorying history and getting no sympathy from everyone. And I’ll end by suggesting you take that stick out of your ass, and get those sour grapes out of your office. There’s no place for them or you in Major League Baseball.
The guy who thought he would never have wanted George Steinbrenner back in charge of the Yankees so badly.