From my friend Mike, here is the muthah of all sports interviews: A Dallas Observer columnist and Carl Everett.
This is from a player on a last-place team, who is coming off of two disappointing years. As a Phillies fan, I couldn't understand why the Rangers would be interested in the declining Doug Glanville. Now I understand. Everett carries on the tradition of obnoxious star, whose career decelerates quickly since no one can stand to be around him unless he maintains that star performance level. Everett is not at that level anymore. The Red Sox got rid of him after one bad year. Houston got rid of him for a song. The man is on his sixth organization and may not have many bridges left to burn, especially if he repeats his 2002 performance.
Glanville may not be the most talented player going, but he's pleasant and intelligent. Everett is the Derek Bell du jour.