No matter what's going on, seeing him lifts your day. That's nice. Things have changed a lot for Ginny and me. We don't go out a lot at all. In the past, we'd go out three or four nights a week to various events and social gatherings. Now we spend a lot of time at home, enjoying the company of each other and the company of our baby.
I still do a lot, but nowhere near as much as in the past. I'm still doing my radio show - it's on ESPN radio (1050) instead of WFAN. I do a weekly TV show that I film every week on my off day for the YES Network. That's a lot of fun. Bob Papa's the host and we have fun filming that up in Stamford, Conn.
I still do my luncheon for All-American Collectibles every other Tuesday, and that's about it. Other than that, I'm pretty much home. It's nice.
We really didn't even do anything this off-season because Ginny was pregnant.
We didn't want to leave the country or really travel anywhere with her being pregnant so we just relaxed. A lot of people asked me to do a lot of things this year and I had an excuse to say no. I've been on the go for basically three years straight.
I did a few off-season things like a commercial with my brother for Visa, which is going to start running soon. I also did a few national ad campaigns, like one for Reebok. But everything's about my baby. All I do is worry about my kid. Everything I do is focused around A.J. When I went on CBS during the bye week I took him on air with me. He's the light of my life now. It's not about me or Ginny anymore. It's about this little kid we're trying to make into a responsible human being. It's fun.