From Baseball Musings: Steinbrenner Repents
In what some people call the most unlikely turn of events since Bobby Ewing's return to Dallas, George Steinbrenner apologized today for running the Yankees as an evil empire. As a way of doing penance, Steinbrenner has traded rosters with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
"I didn't know what else I could do," Steinbrenner explained. "We've been on a ten year roll, and Tampa's never won more than 63 games. Besides, I thought I owed Lou one after firing him two or three times. And with all the time I spend in Tampa, I'll still get to see a championship team. Besides, maybe now the fans will get off my back for letting Tino go."
Derek Jeter looks forward to playing in the relative obscurity of Tampa Bay.
"It's cool. I'm tired of staying out late and partying at night clubs anyway. I can use the extra time to work on my defense."
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Update: Doug Pappas has been at it as well, and pays his respects to Bud Selig here.