Following the Blue Jays' 6-5 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Thursday, Ricciardi, the Blue Jays' general manager, told the Fan 590 that the club fabricated the nature of closer B.J. Ryan's injury during spring training.
Is it time for Ricciardi to go?
Ricciardi admits to misleading fans and media
I almost wish Ash was back..
lee majors, 2007-05-05 22:49:17
And so because now he makes up one lil fib about a lower back injury, people want this guy's head on a silver platter.
If Mister Rogers could give him Steinbrenner-type dollars to blow away, I'm sure he'd build the best team that Mister Rogers would possibly want on the field and still have his head on a platter. You wonder why Brian Cashman hasn't been fired yet - the poor guy is a puppet who has no say whatsoever. He's Waylon Smithers to Mr. Burns. Excellent? I think not.
J.P. should stay with the Blue Jays for as long as he wants to. It's an absolute honour to have him as our General Manager/Senior VP/Whatever he wants to be, and for us to judge him based on one comment aren't fans of the Blue Jays at all.
Long gone are the days of Gord Ash - here to stay is J.P.
Ron Mexico, 2007-05-05 16:20:46