The late George Steinbrenner, when he owned the New York Yankees, was known as "The Boss". His tyrannical, publicity-addicted method of operation has been passed down, not to his sons, Hank & Hal, but to WWE's head nutjob, Vince McMahon, who was a friend of George's back in the day.
Meanwhile, the Mets could count on a "Boss" of their own among their fans.
How else to explain a clip of Dwight Gooden in action during the video for Bruce Springsteen's "Glory Days", one of the last singles to come out of his 1984 album, "Born in the USA"?
At the end of the clip, Bruce references giving up a game winning hit to Graig Nettles, who at the time was with San Diego, having long since left the "Bronx Zoo". The video comes from Springsteen's VEVO channel: