I initially thought our chat might be a monthly thing, but the response to our first two conversations with you was so good that this Friday we're coming back for the third time in three weeks. If anything, the Yankees' season has only gotten more interesting since the last time around, so we will have a great deal to discuss. As always, any topic is fair game: Yankees baseball, baseball baseball, and whether any American artist in the history of popular music has had a three-album peak equal to Bob Dylan's "Bringing It All Back Home," "Highway 61 Revisited," and "Blonde on Blonde." Perhaps Frank Sinatra with "Songs for Young Lovers," "In the Wee Small Hours," and "Songs for Swingin' Lovers?" Simon & Garfunkel with "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme," "Bookends," and "Bridge Over Troubled Water?" Randy Newman with "12 Songs," "Sail Away," and "Good Old Boys?" I just know no one is going to work with me on that last one.
...Or maybe you have something else on your mind. Relationship troubles? We'll solve 'em. Mad at A.J. Burnett? We'll soothe you. Whatever your chatting needs, you can talk to Jay, Cliff, and myself live this Friday at noon, right here on this very web site. Drop on by; you'll be glad you did.