The Yankees were desperate to turn things around. Big prime time effort by the boys.
This is exactly right. Coming off getting swept in Toronto, the Yankees desperately needed to win this series. They got an awesome effort from Andy Pettitte that we couldn't overcome, but then we took care of business. Cueto beating Sabathia today was huge.
"I talked to an advance scout that told me if Joey Votto and Albert Pujols were on the same team he'd advise his team to do the unthinkable...pitch around Votto to get to Pujols." - Buster Olney, ESPN
Back from the South Bronx. What a great ballgame. I was really proud of the boys. First time I ever saw Cueto live and he is fun to watch. He has become a real pro. Love his chemistry with Hannigan. The team looked like a real team, and once they got the lead, acted like a shark that smells blood. Two out of three from Goldman Sachs in their own ball park.
And the star of the game:
3. Marshall- I won't forgive him for what he did yesterday, but that was some pitching against a great hitter.
2. Johnny C- outpitched the great CC.
and the #1 star-
(I can't believe I just typed that).
A most enjoyable day.
1A - The wind that held A-Rod's drive in the park. Biggest play of the game.
Why was this expression allowed? I thought this was a family site....or at least that's what I was told a couple years ago when I had the nerve to use thew same expression. My post was deleted and I was lectured on family values.
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