I was watching the MLB Network earlier today, and they were doing one of their spring training team reviews. This one focused on the Cleveland Indians.
One of the network's reporters, Hazel Mae, was on the scene, and she was talking to the guys in the studio about Carl Pavano. She made note that the Indians, unlike Pavano's former team, the New York Yankees, didn't have a policy banning facial hair, to which she quotes Pavano as saying "Finally get to be myself."
What does "finally get to be myself" mean? That he'll actually start more than two games a season? That he won't make one season-long trip to the DL? I'm not a Yankees fan, but this guy was a fraud with the Yankees, and he'll probably wind up as one with the Indians, too.
But at least he'll get to be himself.