What the heck was Randy Johnson thinking when he put his arm up to block the TV shot of a New York station's cameraman who was trying to get video of Johnson as the pitcher left his hotel on Monday to report for a Yankees' physical? ("Get out of my face, that's all I ask," Johnson said. " ... Don't get in my face. I don't care who you are. Don't get in my face." When the cameraman said, "I'm just taking a picture," Johnson responded, "Don't get in my face, and don't talk back to me, all right." Johnson later apologized.)
A. "When in Rome ... "
B. "Sorry. I thought you were filming one of Carmelo Anthony's underground DVDs."
C. "No problem. I'll just have Chad Pennington take care of any trouble this might cause with the New York media."
D. "Sorry. I'm Amish. I don't allow my picture to be taken."
E. "Let's see ... I'm overpaid, freakishly tall with bad knees, surly with the media and disdainful of fans. New York City, meet your next Patrick Ewing."
F. " What's the big deal? It isn't like I put my arm up to knock the ball out of Bronson Arroyo's glove at a crucial moment of the ALCS or anything."