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Game 28: Did our bats die again?

Another game, another decent to semi-decent pitching performance with zero to little offensive output.  Freddy Garcia didn’t pitch that poorly, it should be noted.  He threw seven innings, gave up only four runs on ten hits, walked two and… Continue reading

Game 27: Just couldn’t fight ‘em off.

CC didn’t pitch nearly as bad as the final score would suggest.  If your starter only gives up four runs over the course of seven innings, you should be able to win that game.  I’m sorry.  Our offense let him… Continue reading

Game 26: Back from a lengthy delay.

The Yankees sure do love those dramatic, late-inning victories, don’t they?  It’s almost like they enjoy giving their fans heart attacks by making them wait until the last very last minute.  A win is a win though, and we’ll… Continue reading

Game 22: There’s the offense.

Ask a question, sometimes you get it answered.  After a few games of seemingly narcoleptic offense where we were only able to score runs in spurts of HRs, it was nice to see a game where 75% of our… Continue reading

Game 21: Where’s the offense?

I know that the Yankees have a bad habit of not scoring a ton after scoring a whole lot, but this lack of offense is starting to be disconcerting.  They score 15 runs in the 2nd game of the… Continue reading

Game 18: Guess what time it is again?

Isn’t he just the cutest?  He always makes an appearance when the Yankees snatch victory from the jaws of defeat and come from behind late in the game, or win in extras — like yesterday.  Apologies for the late… Continue reading

Game 17: That’s why they call us the Bronx Bombers.

Holy home runs, Batman!  I guess the Yankees decided to demonstrate their superior offensive skills last night, while also demonstrating why CC Sabathia is basically our only reliable starter.  *sigh*  Not that I’m complaining mind you, just that geez. … Continue reading

Game 16: Colon: Who knew?

I can honestly say I don’t think I was expecting Bartolo Colon to pitch anywhere near as well as he did, considering that he’s basically our long-relief guy, and trying to turn those guys into starters (or in his case,… Continue reading

Game 15: What the heck, Mo?

Now that’s something you’re not accustomed to seeing or experiencing.  AJ Burnett pitched well, our offense did its job…..Mo just got the yips.  Fortunately for us Yankees fans, Mo’s yips come like once every blue moon, it’s not like… Continue reading

Game 14: The Comeback Kids™ strike again.

The Yankees are getting good at this “fall behind early, take the lead late” thing.  Not that I’m complaining mind you, just that it’s costing CC Sabathia wins.  It would be nice if we didn’t always wait until the… Continue reading

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