From Newsweek: CORRECTION!! This was an interview from The New York Times. I'm going through a ton of back issues of magazines and newspapers that I just can't throw away without looking at, no matter HOW old they are, 'specially if I've paid for 'em. Got that habit from my dad.
"It might be nice if baseball moved into the future by including more women in its ranks. Do you think a woman could be a good manager?"
Pinella: "If she had a good bench coach, why not? I would think she would need a good hardened professional baseball guy that would help her with the x's and o's during the ballgame. Someone who knew the intricacies in and out of the game."
"Plenty of women already know the intricacies of the game."
Pinella: "I'm not sure of that. I think some of the sportswriter women probably think they do....."
This interview has completely undone all of the therapy I'd undergone to overcome my hatred of the Cubs.
GO RED SOX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!*
(*I woulda said that anyway, therapy be damned!)