By Gino Bona
Special to Page 2

We've all heard the song "Dueling Banjos." But how about "Dueling Press Conferences"?

BRISTOL BOB AND THE PAGE 2 CRUE

CLICK HERE FOR "THE END OF BASEBALL AS WE KNOW IT"

Today, the Yankees introduce the newest (and oldest) addition to their rotation -- the Big Unit, Randy Johnson. This of course comes right after the Mets roll out their $100 million man -- Carlos Beltran.

This may be new territory for the boys from Flushing, Queens, but it's old hat for the Boss and the Bronx Bombers.

Either way you look at it, it's the end of baseball as we know it.

Hmmm ... that reminds us: Bristol Bob and the Page 2 Crue are at it again with a hot new single.

So turn up the volume on the Page 2 Radio Network and listen to a song destined to be sung during seventh-inning stretches everywhere ... "It's the End of Baseball As We Know It."

Missed the other Bristol Bob and the Page 2 Crue hits? What is wrong with you?:

  • "Shaq and Kobe's Christmas Song."
  • "BALCO"

    LYRICS TO "THE END OF BASEBALL AS WE KNOW IT"
    That's great, it starts with a rich flake, love for Babe, the Stadium
    Randy Johnson's not afraid.

    Eye of a Bronx tale, listen to Cashman churn. Yanks serve their own needs, pushin' up their payroll. Drive it up again now. Class? No. Chic? No. Farm system chatter with the fear of losing prospects.

    Boss is on fire, represent the seven games in a championship series back in October. Left him, went to Tampa in a hurry with the Boss breathing down your neck.

    Team by team reporters baffled, trump, tethered, crop. Look at that choke job! Wow man.

    Uh oh, BALCO, Clear and Cream, common theme, but it'll do. Save the Yanks, serve the Yanks. Boss serves his own needs, listen to his heart bleed. Tell him with the rapture and the Mayor in the right -- right.

    You ego-driven, narcissistic, slam, fight, bright light, feeling pretty psyched.

    It's the end of baseball as we know it.
    It's the end of baseball as we know it.
    It's the end of baseball as we know it and George feels fine.

    Bristol Bob won't be invited to perform "God Bless America" at Yankee Stadium this spring. He's hoping, however, to sing the National Anthem at another Major League park. Send an e-mail to bristolbob@gmail.com if you'd like to book him.




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