The Morning Line: Nov. 21, 1994

Mario Cuomo lost his bid for a fourth term as Governor of New York last week. Amid not very substantial rumors that the former minor leaguer might become the new commissioner of baseball, Time asked various experts what they thought he might be doing with his time come January.

Jack Newfield

Columnist, New York Post

"I don't think he'll be a lobbyist or a lawyer; I don't think he'll pursue any kind of corporate or materialistic career. I think his future is in communications. It's his strength."

Ed Koch

Former mayor of New York

"He'll probably do everything I'm doing but...

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