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Big Unit collides with the Big Apple


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NEW YORK -- In his first public act as a New Yorker, pitcher Randy Johnson did not exactly shout, "Start spreading the news."

Instead, the new Yankee confronted a television news cameraman Monday, blocked his camera shot and reportedly told him, "Don't get in my face!"

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From his press release on it:

"Regarding the unfortunate incident that happened this morning as I was on my way to a physical, I hope everyone will understand that the past few days have been a bit overwhelming and I wish I handled the situation differently. I'm very sorry it happened." :rolleyes: Very stressful and overwhelming! getting paid $48million over the next three years :rolleyes:

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Good for hime, everyone deserves their privacy, even when you are in the spotlight. Some of the newscasters / cameramen out there are acting like its impossible to have a bad day and just not wanting to deal with people. The cameraman was obviously right up in his face. I can't say I wouldn't have acted the same exact way, or even worse. At least he was honest enough to say "Hey, i was having a rough day, i shouldn't have reacted that way" Paparazzi are the lowest forms of life on earth, worse than lawyers.

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Good for hime, everyone deserves their privacy, even when you are in the spotlight.  Some of the newscasters / cameramen out there are acting like its impossible to have a bad day and just not wanting to deal with people. The cameraman was obviously right up in his face.  I can't say I wouldn't have acted the same exact way, or even worse.  At least he was honest enough to say "Hey, i was having a rough day, i shouldn't have reacted that way"  Paparazzi are the lowest forms of life on earth, worse than lawyers.

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Randie as Yankee! WHoooooooooooooooooooooooooOOOO!

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