May
28

Yanks looking up … at everyone

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When I left New York on Friday afternoon, the Yanks had just come off of a series win against the Red Sox. They had cut their deficit to 9.5 games in the AL East and were beginning to show some signs of life. Well, four games later, things are looking terrible for the Bombers. They were swept by the Angels and lost pathetically to the Blue Jays this evening. They’re as bad as the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and sit in last place in the AL East, 13.5 games behind the Red Sox and 7.5 behind the Tigers for the Wild Card with six teams in front of them. What a weekend.

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  • NYFan50

    They really do look like crap right now. Time to start thinking about what they can do to improve the team for next year. They may be sellers at the deadline. Well, maybe they should be sellers, but they probably won’t be.

  • http://www.riveraveblues.com Ben

    Oh, the Yanks should be sellers. The only problem is that the pieces you want to see moved are nearly impossible to move. I’ll have more on this during the day on Tuesday.

  • NYFan50

    I would assume that the pieces you are referring to could leave with cash. :) But I’ll await your post.

  • Luddy Bazcej

    The need to start making some changes to this team right now