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Minaya’s verbal steel chair shot leads to unprecedented alliance
- Updated: July 28, 2009
Not since September 23, 1987, has the sports world seen such an unprecedented and unpredictable alliance. Yes, mark it down. July 28, 2009. The day the New York Post extended its hand out to their arch rival, the New York Daily News, much like the Hulkster coming to the aid of an outnumbered and severely beaten "Macho Man" Randy Savage, with Omar Minaya playing the part of the Honky Tonk Man and the Wilpons as the morally deprived Hart Foundation.
Bernazard was fired yesterday for that behavior. So the only motivation in questioning Rubin's motives was not to explain a delay in a due process out of Minaya's hands, but to deflect the GM's own ineptitude, as reflected in every rambling, contradictory thought he utters.
Although he couldn?t resist saying this:
Asked twice, Minaya couldn't offer what would have been a proper forum. Nor did he explain why he had attacked Rubin, who should have restricted career inquiries to persons in organizations other than the one he covers, both because that would have eliminated potential questions of impropriety and because he should have known whom he is dealing with.
Witness Hogan's courage for yourselves folks, and that too of Bobby Heenan, who was still willing to announce the historic match despite a woman, Miss Elizabeth, being allowed anywhere near his sanctuary, otherwise known as a wrestling ring: