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"I don't know (what's going to happen) and I don't care," Johnson said. "Nothing has been brought to me. I never vetoed any trade like Peter Gammons (an ESPN reporter) said and I'm kind of getting tired of everybody writing their own little story. I haven't said anything since the All-Star break about this and it has kind of taken a life of its own."
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"I'd like to go out and get some wins for this team," Johnson said. "That's my objective. I'd like to turn things around for this organization right now. And I try. It's not for the [lack] of trying. That's the thing that wears on me, because when I go out there I expect to win, and we just haven't done that.
"If something comes, I'm sure I'll be in front of all you guys. If nothing happens, then I may decide not to even talk to you guys anymore, which is very unfortunate. Over the next year and a half of my career, I may just decide not to talk to the media. I'll post how I felt and the statistics of how I pitched on our Web site and then just go from there."
"I haven't seen one true story yet. Have you?" he demanded of the scribes surrounding his locker, launching into a litany of the press clippings he's collected. "That I vetoed a trade, that I want an extension, that I gave a list of teams that I would go to, that I'm only going to go to the Yankees. That's all fiction. That's all the stuff that's been written. None of that's true. Right? I know, and I'm telling you, none of it's true."
"I feel like I'm in a fishbowl, which is really unfortunate. All I want to do is win and play and have fun. The only thing that this whole thing is missing in Tradegate is the paparazzi in my backyard or collecting garbage out of my garbage cans."