Jay Horowitz, the man who has handled PR duties for the perpetual underdog New York Mets for more than 30 years, received more attention than expected over the past week thanks to his mastery of…the “butt dial.” A Wall Street Journal profile first outed him as “The King of the Accidental Phone Call”, and he showed up on The Today Show this week to make light of his cheeky tendencies:
We like the interview, though we would have loved an irreverent comment or two from one of our own favorite interview subjects, Al Roker (check out his Mediabistro clip!).
Horowitz also got some flack last week for tweeting an incorrect fact about his beloved Mets. The team’s last 20-game winner was R.A. Dickey, not Frank Viola. We still feel like everyone should cut the guy a break. He’s been loyal to a fault — and he uses a BlackBerry. Come on now.
Check out his original Wall Street Journal interview after the jump:
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