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The giant hand above belongs to Randy Johnson, who as soon as today could become a Yankee. Monday, he was greeted by a TV camera as he left his Manhattan hotel to take a physical. "Get out of my face. That's all I ask," Johnson said. "No cameras," said Jerry Laveroni, the Yankees' director of security. "Don't get in my face," Johnson then said. "I don't care who you are. Don't get in my face." "I'm just taking a picture," said the cameraman, Vinny Everett. Responded Johnson: "Don't get in my face, and don't talk back to me, all right." Johnson later issued a statement apologizing.
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"I thought it was kind of humorous. It's not the kind of thing you want to see on national TV, but I understand what it was all about."
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Nate Archibald, who averaged 34 in 1972-73 but then 17.6.