Aaron: That we don't give a damn about you. That we only think about ourselves.
Gray: Do the players need to make concessions?
Aaron: Yes, and I think Don [Fehr] and the union know they have to give somewhere.
Gray: But every day the owners and the commissioner have a different story.
Aaron: The owners got themselves in this predicament. They didn't have to pay all those sums of money for salaries. The owners should not hide anything. Open up the books.
Gray: What was the most you earned in a season?
Aaron: $215,000, I think.
Gray: What would you be worth today?
Aaron: If I were with the Braves, I would just shake hands with Ted Turner and call him partner [laughs]. A lot of guys are making more than the owners these days.
Gray: Finally, Hank, on the record so there will be no controversy: Do you want to be frozen?