MLB  > General MLB  > The Yankees president denies saying ???I never want to see A-Rod on the field again???. Do you believe him?
August 19, 2013, 10:21 PM
ARCHIE: Not for a very short second. I believe he did say it. I even believed he actually feels that way now. What I also believe is that he never thought the comment would make it to public air.

STEPHAN: No I don't believe him. I'm sure this was something he said behind closed doors and it got leaked out. I don't think he has any reason to say otherwise. If he did say it, he is in the majority 90 percent who don't want A-Rod anywhere near a baseball field.

JOSEPH: Yes and no. I am sure most people never want to see ARod on the field again and are not shy to say it. Hell, even active players are saying it. But, especially those of the Yankee front office who are on the hook for the approximately $100 mil for the remainder of his contract as well as the mountains of bad press the Evil Empire has accumulated of late are probably saying it , too, but, entirely off the record. . Did Randy Levine say that in front of witnesses who will say that for publication and verification? I doubt it. Brian Cashman already has said, for the record, that such a comment was never said. So, unless Cashman is a complete idiot then I tend to believe, for the record, those words were never spoken in front of reliable witnesses.

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September 6, 2013  03:22 AM ET

I don't think he said it. At least not in that context. He may have thought it and said something along that way.

 
September 6, 2013  06:21 PM ET

Let's see...........



Yankee president ????





Or scum sucking dog, liar, narsassitic dip-shiate ARoid ??????






I pick the Prez..............

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