• Jake

    Good luck with this thread I feel it

  • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

    Well played by Gardner. He’s on a roll.

  • JobaWockeeZ

    Is that an error on Gardner’s part?

    • JobaWockeeZ

      Never mind, guess not.

  • Accent Shallow

    What the hell, Gardner.

    Let’s see if Hughes can pick him up.

  • handtius

    I want leche.

  • SouthernYankeeFan

    Gardner WTF. that was a H.U.Y.A. play. Head Up Your Ass.

  • Charlie

    yikes, this game has been really painful

  • Nick L

    an extra 10 pitches for hughes now

  • gxpanos

    There goes the error streak. Or, at least it should go. Gardner on a roll. The wind looks like it’s damn devilish out there.

  • handtius

    shize

    • handtius

      that was a good pitch too.

  • Bryan

    I cant believe that Gardner did that, fuck.

  • e mills

    Cisco is gonna get the rally started in top 6

  • E-ROC

    Dennis Eckersley usage of the word sloppy is annoying.

  • Ivan

    Come on Hughes.

  • Axl

    Is there a way to find out our record when we’re on TBS…for some reason I don’t think it’s very good.

  • Jay

    I’d love him to get out of this unscathed…

    • Accent Shallow

      Possible, but I’m skeptical. Here’s hoping.

      • Jay

        If not at least we got Tomko going. That should help.

  • Charlie

    SHit, this sucks. Maybe Wang takes over phil’s next start.

    • JobaWockeeZ

      Why? Hughes has been good. Wang isn’t close to being back to form.

      • Charlie

        I know, but we’ve got to do somethin with the Wangster. If Petitte does make his next start, we could always option Phil and bring him back up when we need him

        • JobaWockeeZ

          We’re giving him innings in the bullpen. However that is a terrible way to do it seeing as he should be in AAA doing a rehab stint. But I don’t think giving him a spot in the rotation is wise yet.

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      Why?

    • Axl

      Phil was amazing last start. He’s a see-saw. He’ll be brilliant one game and then absolutely atrocious the next. There’s no stopping it. It’s one of the constant things in life. Death, Taxes, and the Phil Hughes See-Saw Effect…

      • JobaWockeeZ

        How the hell is 3 runs atrocious? He’s been pitching good today. Patience to young pitchers is virtually nonexistent to Yankee fans.

        • Axl

          He’s up against a team of scrubs with literally all 3 of their superstar power hitters hurt and out of the line up. He’s given up 3 runs (So far) on 5 hits (2 for extra bases), walked a batter, and hit 2 batters. Maybe not “atrocious” but he doesn’t look good that’s for sure. The offensive not doing anything certainly makes everything in-total look worse as well…

          • handtius

            I’m pretty sure he’s given up 4 runs to a minor league team. that does not make him a bad, inconsistent pitcher. It means he is still learning, and oh god, human. CCs given up 4+ runs, he must be inconsistent too.

      • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

        That’s part of having young kids in the rotation. Andy Pettitte’s a see-saw too.

      • Ivan

        ???

      • handtius

        when was the last game he gave up more then 3 runs, before tonight.

  • Axl

    Hopefully Hughes walks this guy so he can have a challenge…

  • Dave

    Wow look at that strike to ball ratio

  • gxpanos

    Why not Wang right now? I mean, Tomko’s just as liable to give up a bunch of runs.

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      And Wang isn’t?

      • gxpanos

        Um, yeah, he is. Thus “just as liable.” But the Yankees don’t have a vested interest in getting Tomko innings, as he is not in any future plans. If Girardi brings in Wang and he gets bombed, Joe can say, with merit, “did I have any better options?” And the answer would pretty much be no. And if Wang pitches well, it’s more important than just a good relief appearance by the BP; it’s a step forward for a possible #2 starter.

    • Axl

      The problem is…everybody is inconsistent. You can say that about anybody. Hughes, Wang, Joba, Burnett, literally any bullpen reliever…it’s all a crapshoot…

      • V

        Young pitcher, injury, young pitcher, always been inconsistent, and inconsistent by their nature.

        You DO realize that young pitchers and bullpen arms are, by their nature, inconsistent?

        Or are you just being a fool, as always?

        • Axl

          Why are you crying about my post?? The two above me were the ones arguing about “who was better (or worse) to put in”. They didn’t understand that everybody is inconsistent so I told them…and that makes me a “fool”???

          HAha, you’re digging deep buddy. I love getting you riled up though. It puts a smile on my face and makes my day.

          Ironic though how YOU look like the fool immediately after trying to brand me one for no reason though isn’t it?

          • V

            :snort:

            When was the last time you posted while the Yankees were winning?

            • Axl

              Umm…the last time I posted.

  • Accent Shallow

    All he needs is a ground ball, now.

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    Big out right there.

  • Ivan

    2nd out this inning….oh wait.

  • Orlando

    thanks, Kim!!!

  • mustang

    Can someone tell me why Tomko and not Wang?

    • Arman Tamzarian

      Wang seems to have caught the mysterious Britton syndrome.

    • V

      Wang being saved in case he’s needed for Pettitte’s start.

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      They probably don’t want to bring him in in the middle of an inning since he’s never done it before.

    • JobaWockeeZ

      I think because they haven’t used Tomko in a while. But he’s wasting a spot, I for one would like him gone.

    • mustang

      Wang ass must really hurt right now.

    • Jake

      Joe said theyre saving Wangger in case AP cant go

  • Some call me…tim

    even if it had been scored an error, it wouldn’t break the streak: Gritner isn’t a True Yankee.

    • Stryker

      i love the yankees as much as the next guy but this notion of one player being a “true yankee” more than another is absolute horseshit.

      he wears the uniform – he’s a yankee. get over it.

      • handtius

        i’m pretty sure that was a joke.

        • Stryker

          my sentiment still stands regardless. the idea of someone being a “true yankee” is absolute garbage.

    • Bob Stone

      I missed the play – what did Gardner do (or not do)?

      • Accent Shallow

        Soft line drive right at him, initially jumped in, before turning around. Went over his head for a “double”

  • Accent Shallow

    Come on, don’t walk Choo.

  • Charlie

    come on phillip, we need a GIDP

  • pc69

    Well there is one of those runs that should not have happened but will look like it is the pitchers fault.

    Phil still looks good, if he had any offensive support, would be no big deal.

    • Jay

      I’m not to upset with the way he pitched. Good strike to ball, and he is giving us a chance to come back. I’ll say a prayer for the bullpen.

      • Jay

        too*

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    Come on yankees we need sum runs.

  • Accent Shallow

    Send him out to start the 6th, right?

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      95 pitches, I doubt they will.

    • JobaWockeeZ

      I don’t want to see Tomko so hopefully.

    • zs190

      I hope not. He can’t throw the cutter for strikes and he doesn’t seem to have the feel for the curveball today, you can’t pitch with just the fastball and that’s about all he has today. At 95 pitches, probably better to just pull him.

      • handtius

        I think his 6 strikeouts beg to differ. i don’t think you could go 5 innings with just a fastball.

        • zs190

          Most of those were the first time through the order when they weren’t sitting on the fastball yet.

  • John

    at least Melky’s back tomorrow…i hope he’s still hot

    Gardy is not a starter

    • Zack

      Gardner isnt a starter because he misplayed a ball? Remember how melky got hurt- he misplayed a ball

      • John

        No, I cant even watch so I dont know how bad it was but you can tell by his stats he is a 4th OFer

        • Zack

          he has a higher OBP and SLG then Ellsbury this year

          • Zack

            and OPS

    • Charlie

      personally, and nothing against Brett, but i just don’t see the gritster being a major leaguer. He can’t hit for any power whatsoever and can’t sustain a real good OBP, plus he doesn’t have a great arm in center

      • Accent Shallow

        He has an adequate arm for a CF. He’s not Ichiro, but he’s not Damon or Juan Pierre, either.

      • Zack

        he has a better OBP then Ellsbury

      • Chip

        He’s got an OPS of like .725 which isn’t horrible for a center fielder. He’s still learning major league pitching

  • jonathan

    How is a hump like Pavano doing this to us!! Twice!! First time I chalked it up to no one seeing him pitch for 20 years, but we have seen him!! and he is shutting us down!!

  • Charlie

    if we have one more inning of Carl Pavano dominance, i will die a lot inside

  • LiveFromNewYork

    Does the offense not work on Sundays?

  • JobaWockeeZ

    Terrible call.

  • Charlie

    MOTHERFUCKER, this is brutal

  • SouthernYankeeFan

    jeter safe by a mile

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    wtf safe

  • Chip

    Wow, I’ve been watching that game on TBS (who obviously know nothing about Hughes and are talking about how he needs to add a breaking ball and a sinker). It’s just hilarious to come here and watch all the comments complaining about Hughes.

    I mean he’s been sitting 93-95 the entire game and really hasn’t made any mistakes outside of hitting a few guys. Both of the doubles hit against him you can’t really fault seeing how one was just a great job by the hitter keeping it fair and the other one was on Gardner. Add that in with the bloop single and he just hasn’t had any luck this game. The guy looks really healthy and just doesn’t seem to have the location on his curve, it happens

    • John

      no one’s complained besides Axl

      • Axl

        I don’t recall “complaining” about anything. I never once sobbed and asked WHY anything was happening. I wrote how I didn’t think Hughes was pitching well and then everybody grabbed their boxes of tissues and went on the crusade against per usual…

        • John

          ok but only your comments were the most negative

    • Accent Shallow

      I’m encouraged by the process. Would have liked better results, but those will come if he repeats the process.

    • Ivan

      On TBS he’s been hitting 93-95?

      • handtius

        he is.

    • Axl

      Here comes “The Wanger”…

    • http://forums.projectcovo.com/images/smilies/e6omir.gif OmgZombies!

      Hes not sitting 93-95 lol Hes at 91-93.

    • Zack

      it’s whatever their ‘talking points’ the announcers have. it’s just like Kay and his stupid change up discussions every game.
      he should throw a change up. why doesnt he throw a change up Al? it’s such an effective pitch. Al why havent they taught him the change up? You threw it right???

  • John

    Pavano is such a dick

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    Thats bull shit it would of been 1 and 2 wit tex at the plate.

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    gone babiiiiiiii

  • Jay

    Umps suck ass.

  • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

    Right back in it.

  • e mills

    wasn’t that Tex signing a bad idea?

  • Dave

    Should be 4-3…

  • Ivan

    Tex message to RF.

  • SouthernYankeeFan

    YEAH Tex shoulda been a three run jack.

  • http://www.retire21.org Mike R. – Retire 21

    Should be 4-3!!!!!!!!

  • zs190

    Finally! This should have been a 3 run one though…

  • Stryker

    shoulda been 4-3.

  • Arman Tamzarian

    That helps

  • JobaWockeeZ

    It would have fucking been 3-4 thank you you dick of an umpire.
    great blast Teix.

  • Charlie

    THank Mo!!!! it’s about time

  • http://forums.projectcovo.com/images/smilies/e6omir.gif OmgZombies!

    Wow hot hot is Tex?

    • http://forums.projectcovo.com/images/smilies/e6omir.gif OmgZombies!

      how hot*

  • pc69

    Guess Zambrano knew what he was doing throwing that bald headed fuck of an ump. Umps should be fined $5000 every time they blow a call as bad as that was on Jeter.

    • Zack

      or atleast acknowledge they blew a call, like the NFL and NBA does, MLB is the only one who doesnt.

      the only problem is second base and the phantom tag, there’s what 3-5 of those every game

  • gxpanos

    We’re gonna cheeeeeeeeeer Teixeira….

    Also, why don’t managers have instant replay on a play like Jeter’s? It’s so fucking stupid. Give the managers only 1 challenge each, if Bud’s so worried about how long it takes. As if baseball is a game where time is of the essence. Games take 3 hours–it’s not, and shouldnt be, a game that goes fast. So asinine.

    • SouthernYankeeFan

      they should just have machines incapable of making mistakes call games.

      • Jay

        haha

      • Arman Tamzarian

        I imagine you’ll see the Yankees given the next close one

      • gxpanos

        If that’s sarcastic, I’d reply that as soon as the technology exists I’d be in favor of it.

        If it’s not sarcastic, then I like the way you think.

    • JobaWockeeZ

      Velocity a little bit better? I think that’s the YES gun playing tricks. I heard his velocity is around the same.

  • Charlie

    Good time for CMW

  • Dave

    Hooray for the call to wang

  • e mills

    Wang!!

  • Jay

    so much for saving him. Side session on the mound?

  • John

    after that blown call, I hope we win!

  • Ivan

    Nasty CMW.

  • mustang

    Mr. Wang !!! !!!

  • boobie

    wang hitting 93 on the gun…does that mean hes hitting 93 or hughes was actually at like 91-92 all game instead of 93-95? hopefully the gun is right.

    • Charlie

      if you’re talkin aboout the Yes gun, its always wrong

      • boobie

        the tbs gun

    • 27 this year

      Gameday shows 93 for CMW and like 93 for Hughes and Gameday is far more accurate than YES

  • Nick L

    something inside of me wants wang to be bad, so Hughes stays in the rotation.

    • JobaWockeeZ

      He’s going to the rotation next year. And I still do not understand why people want Yankees to do bad. Seriously be a fan and cheer for the players no matter how bad they play.

  • Charlie

    nice start

  • 27 this year

    yea Wang! First batter down. Drops ERA by like .6

  • Charlie

    his ERA is under 20!!

  • Jacob

    Vintage CMW stuff right there, 93 on his shoe strings.

  • 27 this year

    looks like his velocity is sitting around 92-93

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    wow im liking what im seen so far for wang.

  • mustang

    Mike Axisa says:
    May 31st, 2009 at 2:16 pm
    They probably don’t want to bring him in in the middle of an inning since he’s never done it before.

    Good call Mike !!!

  • e mills

    94??? I like it

  • Jay

    He has officially broken 20 with his era.

  • Ivan

    Hughes pitch solid, the results may not show it but he pitch solid plus, the key was 1 BB and the 6 K’s and the terrific K-BB ratio.

    CMW wants his job back.

  • Accent Shallow

    I’m liking this new K machine Wang.

  • 27 this year

    CMW pounding the zone

  • Axl

    Wang is throwing all fastballs…it’s working…but where’s the sinker!!!

    • handtius

      Well, the sink is when the ball is tailing down at the end…like when he struck out the 2 batters on the sinker. yes, those were sinkers.

    • V

      This is the problem with idiots who watch the game via Gameday and think they know what’s going on.

      Those ‘fastballs’ are sinkers.

      • 27 this year

        there are also people who follow Gameday and realize that everything is simply done by a computer that assumes everyone’s sinker is the same and thus the person realizes that the computer isn’t 100% right. There are idiots and then there is me.

  • zs190

    Wang is looking great again today, nice sinking action, good velocity.

  • Jacob

    These TBS announcers make me want to rock slowly in a corner and weep.

  • SouthernYankeeFan

    God TBS is talking about Joba to the pen i want to break something.

    • V

      Wow, still?

      What does Joba have to do with this game????!

      • Zack

        because obviously joba should be our new long man out of the pen

      • JobaWockeeZ

        TBS listens to the talk shows and reads ESPN so they want to act smart by saying Joba should go to the bullpen. Frankly their idiots and I am not surprised.

      • Arman Tamzarian

        Apparently he’s needs to pitch the 8th inning.

      • John

        maybe they have nothing else to talk about?

        this is why baseball rating are down!

    • Axl

      Well somebody has to go to the pen lol

  • V

    Wang’s touching 94 – a good sign if his velocity is coming back.

  • Accent Shallow
  • SouthernYankeeFan

    nice play by cervelli

  • JobaWockeeZ

    LOL nice steal. Man he was annoying.

  • Charlie

    i hate pitchouts, just get the batter out wangster

    • Charlie

      that works, too

  • Stryker

    cervelli the backup catcher next year? methinks so.

    • Charlie

      he better be. I’m not exactly a jose molina fan

      • JobaWockeeZ

        Molina is a great defensive catcher. He’s basically Cervelli without speed.

        • Charlie

          and much older and a little less hitting skills

          • JobaWockeeZ

            A little less hitting skills? Cervelli hit .190 in AA. He might be doing well in the majors but still I don’t think he’ll keep hitting this good.

          • V

            ?

            Cervelli is OPSing .642

        • LiveFromNewYork

          He is and he has the final HR at OYS.

    • mustang

      Hell yes

  • V

    Wang looking good.

  • SouthernYankeeFan

    i love cano dont get me wrong but seeing a few pitches before would not kill him

  • Dave

    God i hate Pavano

  • gxpanos

    I love the Hughes start. Had confidence in the FB, threw some good curves. If he didn’t hit Choo 0-2, and Gardner makes that stupid play in center, he might have a line closer to 6 IP 2 ER.

    Cleveland was pesky fouling balls off too.

    • Chip

      I agree, learning to put batters away is a skill that takes years to learn in the majors. You have to be happy the way he looked

    • Zack

      I see your points, but personally i dont like it when people start saying if A didnt happen, and if B didnt happen, C also happened too- because A-B-C did happen

  • Chip

    That was one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen a catcher do. Short-hopped the pitch and threw a strike to second to get the basestealer, wonderful

  • Dave

    LOL matsui infield pitch? really?

    • Dave

      err hit. Gah I stink

  • handtius

    haha…matsui gets an infield hi..never thought it was possible.

  • http://161stStreet.wordpress.com Chris A

    Why can’t we hit American Idle?

    • gxpanos

      He’s throwing quality strikes, what do you want? Anyway, they have two runs.

      • Charlie

        NNNOOO

        • gxpanos

          Haha, sorry?

      • Arman Tamzarian

        There was a reason they gave him 40 million, as painful as it is to say it, he’s a decent pitcher (When healthy of course)

        • handtius

          Yep, that’s what i said in the first thread…it’s sad, but that is why we wanted him.

          • Zack

            it’s why Cincinnati and Boston offered him more money too, it wasnt his stuff, it was always his heath

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    come on swisher at least a double right here.

  • John

    Please Swishah!

  • dave

    How have we only seen 78 pitches?!?

    • handtius

      he’s throwing a lot of strikes.

  • Pete

    Is Pavano wearing #44 to taunt the Yankees? (4 years, 40 mil?)

    • John

      What a dick!

    • Axl

      Pavano’s contract was actually 4 years at 39.95MM. I believe he fired his agent because he didn’t get him the 40MM.

  • Axl

    “Swish the Dish”

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    dammit swisherrrrrrrrr

  • JobaWockeeZ

    I’m sorry Swish, but I miss Nady.

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      A week or two of seeing Nady ground out on the second pitch of the AB will fix that for ya.

      • Zack

        Yeah that 14BB : 48K in 60 games in NY was really impressive

  • John

    Gardy HR here…

    • John

      if only the pitchers mound had a fence

  • Jacob

    Swisher just looks lost right now.

    • whozat

      He crushed one to CF just yesterday.

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    wow that would of been a double.

  • V

    shit

  • SouthernYankeeFan

    damn garnder crushes it. tough break though.

    • whozat

      Yeah, can’t catch a break today. Gardner catches that ball in center, Ump doesn’t miss that call at 2b…could be tied right now.

    • Chip

      If he gets a little elevation on that it could have left the park. I’ve never seen him hit one that hard

  • Dave

    We should drop a bunt for a hit on Pavano, make him move off the mound and put his fragile buttocks in Jeopardy.

    • 27 this year

      his buttocks are only fragile when money isn’t on the line.

  • E-ROC

    Just the Yankees luck. Gardner hits a ball hard…..right at somebody. Dammit!

    • John

      we’ll have these unlucky games once in a while but it just hurts more that it came against Mr.DL

  • http://www.workwithpete.com Pete

    This guy truly aggravates me.

  • Charlie

    this game is gettin pathetic

    • Chip

      Wait until either Pavano starts to tire (which usually only takes about 80 pitchers) or us to get into their bullpen

      • JobaWockeeZ

        Their bullpen hasn’t been great so taking Pavano out of the game would be a great help.

  • 27 this year

    I have a feeling that next inning is going to be good for us. I have a good feeling the top of the order is going to rape Pavano.

  • V

    Top of the lineup in the 8th.

    • Chip

      Well Cervelli and then the top of the lineup

      • Chip

        Unless the pinch hit Posada which wouldn’t surprise me at all

  • Chip

    Anybody else think Wang’s problem is mostly in the stretch? I mean he started that last Cleveland game with a perfect inning and then started getting killed after Hafner hit a little squib single to third. He didn’t look good out of the stretch last inning either

    • http://www.riveraveblues.com Mike Axisa

      When you’re as bad as he was, everything’s a problem.

    • Accent Shallow

      Wang has historically had problems out of the stretch, but his results this year are so bad that they can’t be attributed solely to that. Sure, that might have had a small effect, but he just wasn’t ready for the season, due to not working out his legs.

      • Zack

        every pitcher has problems out of the stretch, you dont give up solo HRs as your only runs all season long

    • V

      Even in his perfect inning, his stuff wasn’t great.

      With the issues he had, you have to pay less attention to the results than the stuff.

      • handtius

        I think his stuff looked pretty good. What didn’t you like?

    • http://www.new.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/profile.php?id=594331910&ref=name Jamal G.

      Hasn’t he always had a bit of an issue with pitching out of the stretch, though?

  • John

    I hate it when some things don’t go our way (Jeter’s out) or we make dumb little mistakes (Gardy misplayed the liner) and we are down by 4-2, it irritates me to think that we could have been tied!

  • Pete

    Meanwhile, Wang lookin’ sharp. May be time for Hughes to work on some things.

  • SouthernYankeeFan

    The yankees should be ashamed if Pavano gets a W off of them.

    • JobaWockeeZ

      Pavano has been sharp. It’s not some rookie crappy pitcher with an ERA above 5.

      • handtius

        he does have an ERA above 5 though..maybe not anymore. sad.

        • handtius

          nope…5.17

        • Arman Tamzarian

          But he’s been pretty good is his last few starts in May

      • whozat

        Yeah…he’s throwing lots of strikes. Look at his game log for may…no stinkers on there. Two mediocre starts, a couple decent ones, and a couple very good ones.

        There’s a reason there was a multi-team bidding war for this guy.

    • Axl

      Well statistically we score most of our runs in the 7th inning this year…and we scored nothing then. It’s the 8th inning and Pavano pretty much dominated our team while Hughes pitched ok against the worst team in the AL WITHOUT their 3 best hitters…

      Just have to hope the offense comes alive once (if) Pavano finally gets taken out.

      • John

        that’s like the 4th time you’ve said that the Indians are without their 3 best hitter! Every team can win on any given day!!! It’s not like the rest can’t hit at all! They just got their hits against us today.

  • http://www.new.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/profile.php?id=594331910&ref=name Jamal G.

    Heh, I have to give it to SoSH, their nickname for Asdrubal Cabrera is “Ass-Dribble”; that’s pretty damn hilarious.

    • John

      Ass-dribble=Pavano also

    • 27 this year

      SoSH?

      • http://www.new.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/profile.php?id=594331910&ref=name Jamal G.

        Sons of Sam Horn. Think of it as the Red Sox equivalent to NoMaas.

        • Accent Shallow

          With less racial slurs, but more whining.

          • http://www.new.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/profile.php?id=594331910&ref=name Jamal G.

            Much, much more whining.

      • Stryker

        Sons of Sam Horn. it’s a red sox blog.

  • Charlie

    Wang’s mowin em down

    • Charlie

      of course, right when i say that

  • e mills

    think you gotta PH Jorge coming up

  • LiveFromNewYork

    If Swish really wants to help he’ll get hit by a pitch and then charge the mound and knock Pavano on his glass ass.

    • 27 this year

      maybe Swish should take one for the team. He might get fined but maybe Hal will slip him a little cash under the table, whatever the fine and suspension cost Swish.

      • 27 this year

        then he will be a fan favorite again.

  • gxpanos

    Wang at 92-93. On the way back, perhaps?

    Francisco with the single. Let’s see Wanger out of the stretch.

  • 27 this year

    Wang’s ERA is down to 17.76

    • John

      and his average against is down to .492!

      • 27 this year

        I never realized his BAA was that high.

  • gxpanos

    WOW. I know he didn’t get him, but Cervelli’s transfer was ridunk!

  • Accent Shallow

    What a horseshit single.

  • E-ROC

    Unlucky.

  • 27 this year

    At the very least, his pitches are down adn the hits are ground balls. He hasn’t allowed a fly ball yet.

  • Charlie

    crap, gotta get outta this wangster

  • handtius

    V, you said you didn’t like the way wang was pitching. what didn’t you like?

    • gxpanos

      Everything’s been down, and velocity up a tick. I’m optimistic about him right now.

  • John

    Choo scares me…

  • zs190

    Tons of groundballs, love it.

  • Charlie

    nice job against choo choo, pitches were all down

  • mustang

    I wonder what excuse are they going to use to keep Wang in the pen now.

    • yankeefan91 Arod fan

      Cuz hes been affective :)

    • Zack

      because throwing 2 good innings is still different then throwing 5-6-7 good innings

      • mustang

        That’s 4 scoreless going back to his last relief appearance and he looks like the old Wang.

    • John

      Hughes is pitching kinda well

  • zs190

    31 pitches, that’s not too bad, Wang out there for 8th too?

    • whozat

      I think you pull him, because you want to make sure he can throw 5-6 innings on Wednesday if he has to.

  • John

    I don’t see why people think Danica Patrick is so hot, I don’t find anything special in her

    • http://www.new.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/profile.php?id=594331910&ref=name Jamal G.

      +1

    • Zack

      Agree 100%. Now Maria Verchenova is special

    • IndyFan

      i bet its because of her axe wound.

    • Charlie

      she is

    • whozat

      She’s an attractive woman, and really good at something too. Maybe not among the best…but still really good, and pretty.

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    come on posada base hit right here.

  • handtius

    You think Moose is sitting at home, in PA watching this game and going..”What the Fuck?!? I hate this guy! Hit this guy.”

    • Zack

      I think that’s what every Yankee fan is doing

    • John

      yea, he’s probably ready to come there and beat him up personally

  • JobaWockeeZ

    LOL Jeter!

  • http://www.new.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/profile.php?id=594331910&ref=name Jamal G.

    Bush-league move by Captain Intangibles. ;)

  • handtius

    better give em that call!

  • pc69

    well that was effective. Has to be the biggest disappointment when a pinch hitter just looks at a pitch – just ineffective.

  • Jay

    Jeet’s made me smile.

  • Accent Shallow

    So . . . Wang gets the start on the next turn through the rotation? Or does he need more outings to prove he’s good?

  • yankeefan91 Arod fan

    nice infield hit for jeter come on damon

  • 27 this year

    come on Damon!

  • Stryker

    wowwwww eric wedge. you sir, are a dumbass.

    at this point you give the finger to the match ups. pavano was rolling.

  • http://www.new.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/profile.php?id=594331910&ref=name Jamal G.

    Going to the Cleveland bullpen with five outs to go, down two runs, and the starting pitcher pitching well? Keith Law just blew all the blood vessels in his brain.