P.S. WHAT HAPPENED TO IMUS DID SO EASILY FOR 2 MAIN REASONS:
LACK OF MANAGEMENT--THE HEAD OF THE RADIO DIVISION LEFT THE COMPANY ABOUT 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO THE INCIDENT; THE MANAGER'S OFFICE WAS VACANT.
The same 2 items have already brought irreparable harm to certain Yankee players (other than Giambi). There are managers at the Yankees, but no one who realizes what's going on today. Congratulations once again to the internet bilemasters--while others sleep, you burn.Tweet
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