View Full Version : Unintentionally hilarious piece from Yankee homer writer

Blitz Dorsey
05-19-2012, 11:18 AM
This guy says Andy Pettitte's value is "immeasurable" and also urges his readers to go back to a safer time when W-L record was the ultimate measuring stick for pitchers.

It's going to be funny to read what he writes after Pettitte is roughed-up a few times. The Reds had terrible approaches at the plate yesterday.


Sea Ray
05-19-2012, 11:24 AM
The Reds had terrible approaches at the plate yesterday.

They looked all psyched out like they did vs Halladay in game 1 of the playoffs. It was disappointing that they again didn't show more poise on the big stage. I am hoping they'll get over this

05-19-2012, 11:37 AM
The opponent today, Ivan Nova, is VERY hittable. Hopefully the Reds get something going early.

05-19-2012, 11:52 AM
The Reds had terrible approaches at the plate yesterday.

When don't the Reds hitters have terrible approaches?

How Jacoby still has a job is beyond me.

There are hitters out there who know how to work the good pitchers. The Reds hitters seem to mail it in when they face a good pitcher.

05-19-2012, 12:04 PM
He could have written that article much more quickly.

- Over the course of a career, wins a pretty good measure of pitcher value
- Andy Pettitte is a pretty good pitcher over a long career
- Andy Pettitte has a lot of wins
- Andy Pettitte is pretty valuable.

Done. Though he did forget to mention that Andy Pettitte was awesome at having good hitters on his team. But I wouldn't want to overcomplicate his world.