Thursday, March 23, 2006
Cincinnati Cyanide For Bronson
Singing the blues on way out
"It's one of those scenarios you feel will never happen to you,' said Arroyo, who knew, he said, as soon as Theo Epstein's phone number popped up on his cellphone Monday morning that he'd been traded. ''Nobody thinks they're going to be the one, whatever, to get in a car wreck to have their, you know, their kids killed in a plane crash, whatever. You don't think those things are going to happen to you. And I didn't think that I'd be traded."
So, in RockStarWorld, making millions of dollars a year to pitch in Cincinnati is akin to losing a child?? Who writes this stuff for him, Mike Vanderjerk?
The Rock Star certainly has some angst to work with for his next album...Oops, nobody will give a crap about his lounge singing act in Cincinnati, but they will care about all those dingers flying out of that little band box of a ball park. Yes, Bronson made a big mistake in trusting the snake oil salesmen that currently hold the Olde Towne Team in trust, and he is paying the price...Still, $11.5 million should ease the pain. This song is over, close the storybook.
-The Breakup of the 2004 World Series Band Hub
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