Friday on Fox & Friends, Will Cain challenged Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman and Yankees Manager Aaron Boone to a race rappelling down a 22-story building in Stamford, Connecticut.
How did Cain hold up against the Yankees? Well, the Grinch caught all three and even cheated to win:
As Cain notes, his children are the real winners here. With the outcome, they no longer have to worry if his life insurance is “paid up all the way.”
Cain asked Cashman if Boone’s bravery would earn him a contract extension. “I’ve had three managers,” Cashman joked back. “Ten with Joe Torre, ten with Girardi and hopefully ten more with Boone.”
Thoughts? Grades? Stick to bull-riding?
Perhaps next year, Brian Kilmeade can join Cain. Kilmeade has a full six minutes between Fox & Friends and his radio show, which could be a good time for rappelling down a building.
Also, this is better “sports” content and more in touch with fans than ESPN’s new Highly Questionable show made for Twitter. Will this crew ever find time to talk about a football game in between their daily expressions of left-wing outrage and their calls for other people to be fired?
Meanwhile, back on Fox & Friends, the three competitors spoke after their survival:
Fun segment. Fun works in the morning. New Day should try it soon.