De Blasio Does Not Take Softball Very Seriously

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 30:  New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio speaks at a press conference to announce the city will not appeal a judge's ruling that the police tactic "Stop-and-Frisk" is unconstitutional, which the judge had ruled over last summer, on January 30, 2014 in in the Brownsville neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough ofNew York City.  DeBlasio, who campaigned for mayor saying he would stop "stop-and-frisk," stands in stark contrast to his predecessor, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who staunchly defended the tactic.  (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

A former teammate describes the gigantic new mayor as “good enough … But what I remember most is that he was always on his cellphone, back when that kind of thing wasn’t so common,” including while playing center field. All business or easily distracted? We’re leaning toward impeachment.