Game 38: Let’s Split Two

(Jason Miller/Getty)

(Jason Miller/Getty)

The Yankees and Indians are playing a traditional single-admission doubleheader today, which means Game Two will start not long after Game One ended. The starting pitchers get enough time to warm up, that’s basically it. New York was shutout by Justin Masterson in the first game, and I guess the good news is they are 3-0 following shutout losses so far this season. They need a win this afternoon to leave Cleveland with a split. Here’s the lineup that will face right-hander Trevor Bauer, who is making the spot start as the Tribe’s 26th man for doubleheader…

  1. CF Brett Gardner
  2. 3B Jayson Nix
  3. DH Robinson Cano
  4. LF Vernon Wells
  5. 1B Lyle Overbay
  6. RF Ben Francisco
  7. 2B Corban Joseph
  8. SS Alberto Gonzalez
  9. C Austin Romine

And on the mound is the former Washington Wild Thing, left-hander Vidal Nuno. This will be his first career big league start, first game action in two weeks, and first start in three weeks.

This game is scheduled to start … soon. It was tentatively set for 3:35pm ET, but it’ll start before that. You can watch on YES. Enjoy.

Roster Update: The Yankees have indeed recalled right-hander Brett Marshall between games. Brennan Boesch was optioned to Triple-A to clear a roster spot. Hard not to think that means Curtis Granderson will be activated off the DL tomorrow.

Categories : Game Threads


  1. Havok9120 says:

    Alright gents. Lets go get this.

    • mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:

      Because if they don’t
      “it might just be the most embarrassing day in sports history”

      Yes, Sir losing games threads away finding new and amazing ways.

  2. The Real Greg says:

    Here we go

  3. Dalek Jeter says:

    Okay, seriously this time. FOR PRUSSIA!!!

  4. JohnnyC says:

    Boesch sent down to AAA as the corresponding move.

  5. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    If it is Claiborne sent down, it would seem the Yankees were a bit shortsighted in their pitching layout today.

    • Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

      And nevermind.
      I guess NBD with Boesch going down with Grandy due back soon.
      Now if only we can finally get rid of Francisco.

    • mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:


  6. Dalek Jeter says:

    Mike, Suzyn just said it was Boesch who was sent down.

    • Havok9120 says:

      Can’t be true. Everyone knows that the Yanks are too stupid to do what we think they should

      • Dalek Jeter says:

        Meh, I would’ve done Francisco, but like Mike said, this means Grandy might be back as soon as tomorrow. Which would be cool. Then again that could mean that instead of Ichiro becoming our 4th outfielder there will be a revolving OF/DH platoon of Ichiro, Francisco, Gardner, and Wells.

  7. The Real Greg says:

    Mo continuing on his journey in cash and prizes.

  8. Eddard says:

    Now this is the powerhouse lineup. Let’s go Nuno!

    Seriously, they’re already playing with half a lineup and since they’re playing a DH they are basically cut into another half. Was anyone that surprised they didn’t do much against Masterson? He’s not some AAA spot starter. Reading that game thread you’d think they should have won 12-1.

  9. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Brett’s having a rough day so far.

  10. The Real Greg says:

    Gardner has been chasing a lot of pitches lately. High pitches

  11. Kramerica Industries says:

    Can Brett please stop swinging at these awful pitches?

  12. JohnnyC says:

    What’s with chasing the high FBs, Gardy? Not liking being a major leaguer?

  13. Havok9120 says:

    Looks like Bauer may be a student of the Phil Coke school of pointing up at fly balls.

  14. vicki says:

    i take no issue with sending boesch down. but suzyn can’t possibly think ben fran wouldn’t clear waivers, can she?

  15. JLC 776 says:

    Get it going, Cano…

  16. Dalek Jeter says:

    Good baserunning by Nix. *grumble* I hate having to compliment you. You dick. *grumble*

    • Havok9120 says:

      You’ve really allowed Ma and Pa to exert far too much influence on you.

      • Dalek Jeter says:

        Can you blame me? Apart from part of one season 3 years ago, the majority of my Yankee Games have been through them. It was supposed to be different this summer, but the first Monday of my summer there’s a double header and I’m working (on what should be a normal day off for me) through a better part of both games.

  17. Havok9120 says:

    Oh crap. That was scary looking.

  18. The Real Greg says:

    Cano stepped on his foot.

  19. Kramerica Industries says:


    I wonder how many Indians fans are (ignorantly) cursing out Robbie’s name right now.

    • whozat says:

      Yeah, robbie ran to the back corner of the bag, which is what you’re supposed to do. Bauer had his whole leg draped across the base

  20. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    A run!!!!

  21. FIPster Doofus says:

    Sweet throw, bro.

  22. The Real Greg says:

    Aviles shouldn’t have thrown that. It was hit too slowly for a DP.

  23. Havok9120 says:

    Wow. Defensive clinic going on here this inning.

  24. mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:

    Yes the Indians playing great D!!

  25. Karl Krawfid says:

    Is it me or do teams play bad D against us?

  26. JLC 776 says:

    It figures the first run would be scored in that manner!

  27. Dalek Jeter says:

    Cue up Yhakkity Sax.

  28. JamieG says:

    When does Francisco get the boot?

  29. Dalek Jeter says:

    There’s your run, Nuno.

  30. mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:

    Wow the Yankees line-up.


  31. Cuso says:

    I can’t think Vidal Nuno without thinking Vidal Sassoon.

    I just 80′s’d myself.

    (No Gore Vidal reference please)

  32. JLC 776 says:

    Shut down inning! Viva Vidal!!!

  33. mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:


    How refresh a young Yankees starter that actually throws strikes and doesn’t pitch round the plate.

  34. Havok9120 says:

    Ouch. YES rubbing in the hopeless inefficacy of the Indians.

  35. Dalek Jeter says:

    So tomorrow Marshall will get optioned when Grandy gets activated
    Wednesday Nelson, or Francisco will get optioned/DFA’d for Adams, and on Thursday our line up will be:
    CF Gardner
    SS Nix
    2B Cano
    DH Hafner
    RF Wells
    LF Granderson
    3B Adams
    1B Overbay
    C Stewart/Romine

  36. teddy says:

    ben can’t catch a break, a dreadful call

  37. mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:

    Please God by Wednesday.

  38. Havok9120 says:

    Man. Ben Fran can’t even get a pity walk.

  39. nycsportzfan says:

    Strange seeing a 114BA, 000BA, 000BA, and 000BA, in the last 4spots of our lineup. Must be the back end of Double dip.

  40. nycsportzfan says:

    Gonzalez really blasted that dribbling single!

  41. The Real Greg says:

    Romine not helping his case to take playing time away form Stewart.

    • JohnnyC says:

      Romine’s here only because he was already on the 40 man. They apparently don’t really like him as much as they pretended to in the past. He’s just a body for the end of the bench.

  42. nycsportzfan says:

    Numero Nuno time!

  43. mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:


  44. Cuso says:

    Calling Boog Powell.

    Boog? Where are you?

  45. mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:

    Pitches quick ( no walking round the mound) and throws Strikes I’m in love.

  46. The Real Greg says:

    I can see why Nuno is tough to hit.

    If he can locate his fastball, curveball, and slider and differentiate the speeds between them, he is going to get outs no matter what velocity the pitches are.

  47. Dalek Jeter says:

    Apparently Cleveland is doing a Albert Belle bobblehead day this week…Isn’t Albert Belle…a little old for the key demo for bobbleheads. IMO that would be like doing a Chuck Knoblauch bobblehead day at the stadium.

  48. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Has there been any word on how many pitches Nuno will likely be allowed to throw today?

  49. The Real Greg says:

    That one at least was in the zone, Gardner

  50. vicki says:

    from schoenfield, espn: yanks have lost only one game this season after taking the lead. their record when leading at the start of each inning:

    second: 4-0
    third: 9-0
    fourth: 13-0
    fifth: 14-0
    sixth: 16-1
    seventh: 18-0
    eighth: 20-0
    ninth: 20-0

    obviously you credit the back-end of the bullpen, which we don’t have today. but it’s also (further) testament to the pitching in general, and a big reason why it’s been so pleasurable to follow these ragtags. nothing more painful than giving up a lead.

  51. trr says:

    El Nuno………

  52. Cuso says:

    Indians announcers complaining on every single pitch over these 2 games.

  53. mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:

    AWWWw Robbie

  54. Kramerica Industries says:

    Robbie’s slumped on this road-trip, really.

    7-31 now, which is a .226 average.

  55. Anderson Silva says:

    Robbie has been pretty bad lately. We need his bat back ASAP.

    • Improbable Island's Dirty Midget Whores (formerly RRR) says:

      This is how Robbie has always hit. He goes on these tears where he hits everything that comes remotely close to the plate and then goes into terrible slumps where he can’t hit the broad side of the barn.

      Ultimately you don’t care since by the end of the year his numbers are MVP worthy.

      • Wheels says:

        Unfortunately , if one of those slumps come in the playoffs we’re screwed.

        • Improbable Island's Dirty Midget Whores (formerly RRR) says:

          This has been his luck in the playoffs so far. OF course, the flip side is that if he ever gets hot in the playoffs he can virtually carry the team by himself.

          • Kramerica Industries says:

            He was pretty stellar in 2010 and, I think, also in 2011.

            But, yeah, the flip side is those ’09 and ’12 postseasons of incredible wretchedness.

  56. mustang (The Has Been & Wannabes Bunch 2013) says:

    Damn that was it

  57. The Real Greg says:

    And Bauer is just getting away with his wildness. Barely.

  58. Rolling Doughnut says:

    Lyle just missed it.

  59. Cuso says:

    Mildly surprised that Nuno gets to wear #34.

    Sort of a mainstream number for a temp.

  60. Brian S. says:

    Let’s go Nunoooooooooooooooooooooooo

  61. Robinson Tilapia says:

    So here’s what I missed, from what I can tell:

    The Yankees lost the first game 1-0, and Greg believes it’s because they didn’t really want to be there.

    I’ve always heard Cleveland has this one amazing ice cream place. Maybe they just wanted to be there.

  62. The Real Greg says:

    Nuno is not as comfortable in the stretch. Missing location more

  63. Cuso says:

    I have to watch the Indians feed and I was just forced to watch Swisher’s “I’m an Ohio boy, come watch the Indians” promo.

    PUKE. So glad he’s gone.

    • WhittakerWalt says:

      But he is from Ohio.
      You’re really that mad that a player records promos for his new team? Sheesh.

  64. Brian S. says:

    Nuno might only be able to go one more inning :(

  65. The Real Greg says:

    OMG Ben Francisco did something!

  66. WhittakerWalt says:

    Hit #400 for Ben Francisco. You guys are just trying to depress me now, aren’t you?

  67. Brian S. says:


  68. MannyGeee says:

    Congrats to the Great Pablo Francisco for finally getting that pesky 400th hit out of the way. Its all downhill from here, buddy…. Here’s to 400 more, hopefully in Miami or Milwaukee or some shit

  69. Brian S. says:

    Just work the walk CoJo…

  70. Brian S. says:

    Soon Bauer’s WHIP will be higher than his ERA

  71. The Real Greg says:

    What’s saving Bauer is that he is getting his changeup over for a strike at times. That is confusing the hitters.

    • The Real Greg says:

      It also doesn’t hurt that he is facing an AAAA lineup with Cano and Gardner slumping

      • JohnnyC says:

        Appropriate that Girardi’s playing these games like they’re Spring Training games. Guess no one pointed out that these games actually count.

        • Robinson Tilapia says:

          Who would you recommend they put out there?

          • JohnnyC says:

            The same lineup he used to sweep the Royals this weekend. If you can beat Shields and Santana, you can beat Masterson. Dividing up the roster evenly for both games gives you less chance to win either game. Go for the split like Francona did, using his A lineup in Game 1. Girardi’s playing it like he has little expectation of winning either game.

            • Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

              He’s playing it like he’s trying to have a chance to win both games.

            • vicki says:

              the indians have no starters on the dl; francona has worlds more flexibility (three switch-hitters don’t hurt). some of the guys you wanted to start for us will be available to pinch hit.

        • Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

          He’s playing these games like they are a Double Header with an injury depleted roster, in mid-may.
          Wtf do you expect?

  72. WhittakerWalt says:

    Is it New-no or New-nyo? Sterling is saying it the second way, and he’s never mispronounced a player’s name before.

  73. The Real Greg says:

    I’d get the bullpen up. I think Nuno is starting to tire.

  74. BigBlueAL says:

    Its pretty amazing how almost every time an opposing hitter hits a ball in the gap Im thinking shit thats an extra-base hit then Gardner winds up making it a routine out.

  75. Brian S. says:

    It’s not like Nuno to walk people.

  76. Robinson Tilapia says:

    Four workman-like innings from Nuno. Very nice to see. Thank you, sir.

  77. Eddard says:

    Eduardo Nuney goes on the DL and his cousin El Nuno picks up right where he left off. Someone asked me in the confidence thread if I felt good about the team in 2015. If Nuno is starting for them I do.

  78. Rolling Doughnut says:

    Well done Nuno.

  79. The Real Greg says:

    The only pitch he’s been over to throw effectively for a strike is the changeup so it is hard for the Yankees to make effective contact.

  80. Winter says:

    That curveball was, if not nasty, at least impolite.

  81. Wheels says:

    Damn Robbie, big whiff.

  82. The Real Greg says:

    It’s official. Cano is in his “swing at everything” mode

  83. WhittakerWalt says:

    I have no way of knowing since Ma and Pa never give pitch location, but is Robbie swinging at a lot of crap outside the zone? He’s been slumping mightily lately, and I’m just wondering if he’s doing it to himself.

  84. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Surprised Nuno is still pitching.

  85. vicki says:

    so you think they cut off the beer after the 7th of the first game? probably not. 13.5 innings; those yokels are wasted.

  86. Kramerica Industries says:

    Can’t be pushing him for the W if he’s losing effectiveness.

  87. The Real Greg says:

    Oh my goodness, he’s not going to take him out.

  88. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Very long leash.

  89. The Real Greg says:


  90. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Nice job, Vidal.

  91. Kramerica Industries says:

    Nice paint on the final pitch of his day.

  92. WhittakerWalt says:

    Love the K. Hate hearing Sterling call the K.

  93. Eddard says:

    El Nuno! We are looking good for the future.

  94. Rolling Doughnut says:

    Nuno makes Joe look like a genius-

  95. Troll says:

    Romine sucks. Bring up Murphy or Sanchez, damnit.

  96. sangreal says:

    Really hope they can get the Nuno the win for this one. Great job

  97. The Real Greg says:

    I know there’s 4 innings to go, but it would be poetic justice to do to the Indians what they did to us in the first game.

  98. Eddard says:

    We’re getting a great look at our future today. Phelps, Preston, Nuno, Warren. Shut them down!!!!!!!! Lose 1-0, Win 1-0!

  99. Kramerica Industries says:

    14 total innings of baseball today.

    2 runs combined.

  100. Improbable Island's Dirty Midget Whores (formerly RRR) says:

    These games are crazy. There’s a very real chance that we can have two 1-0 games in a row.

  101. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Feel free to add some insurance runs now.

  102. Pseudoyanks says:

    If this score holds, will this go down as the most boring double header of the modern era?

    • Tom Q says:

      It’s a moot point now, but, to answer your question: the Mets in their Amazin’ year 1969 won both ends of a double-header 1-0, with both runs driven in by the starting pitcher.

  103. Pseudoyanks says:

    Really wanted to see CoJo get that!

  104. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Nice job, Cojo.
    Risky extra base, though.

  105. The Real Greg says:

    Nice hustle if not stupid by Joseph.

    Now sac him in.

  106. Eddard says:

    Lead off double for CoJo! Bunt him over and knock him in.

  107. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:


  108. The Real Greg says:

    And of course Gonzalez can’t bunt at all.

  109. Kramerica Industries says:

    Hahah. Wow. Amazing.

  110. Alkaline says:

    Nice job Cojo

  111. teddy says:

    cut that lose, in excuseable

  112. Eddard says:

    Why can’t a puny little SS bunt? That’s his job!

  113. Improbable Island's Dirty Midget Whores (formerly RRR) says:


  114. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Da Kids!!!!!!1

  115. The Real Greg says:


  116. Alkaline says:

    I feel like I’m back in Scranton watching a game!

  117. fabricio says:

    yes romine and cojo!!!! fuck yes!!!

  118. Eddard says:


  119. Cuso says:


  120. Preston says:

    COJO driven in by Romine!!! This is what makes following prospects worthwhile.

  121. Kramerica Industries says:


  122. vicki says:

    go trolley frogs!

  123. Eddard says:

    Just goes to show you what can happen when you give these kids a chance. Phelps, Preston, Nuno, Warren, Romine, Cojo. A glimpse into the future.

  124. Improbable Island's Dirty Midget Whores (formerly RRR) says:

    So odd that we’re all worried about CC and his 3.23 ERA. I mean, I’m not ashing anybody for it, I was vaguely worried too. But when you actually look at your ERA you gotta scratch your head.

  125. Wheels says:


  126. The Real Greg says:

    Nix is rollin’ on the road

  127. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    An offensive explosion!

  128. Eddard says:

    Jayson Nix always in the middle of something good for the Yankees!

  129. teddy says:

    how is nix not on 2nd

  130. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Damn Robbie, that’s over your damn head.

  131. Improbable Island's Dirty Midget Whores (formerly RRR) says:

    Yowsa, Cano looks bad right now.

  132. Wheels says:


  133. The Real Greg says:

    Jesus Robbie, that pitch wasn’t even close

  134. Rolling Doughnut says:

    Robbie’s in one of his swing at anything modes

  135. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Vernon Wells.
    Just keeps getting it done.

  136. The Real Greg says:

    And Vernon picks him up

  137. Karl Krawfid says:

    You can’t help but enjoy this team.

  138. your mom says:

    What the shit Cano?

    Wells picking you up there.

  139. The Real Greg says:

    There it is. I heard it.

  140. Improbable Island's Dirty Midget Whores (formerly RRR) says:

    I’d like to point out that Greg and I are getting along shockingly well this year. I’m not sure why that is.

  141. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:


  142. The Real Greg says:

    Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile!

  143. teddy says:

    5 spot this is what the yankees needed

  144. Eddard says:

    ALL THE WAY TO THE WALL!!!!! What a ballclub this is.

  145. Rolling Doughnut says:


  146. your mom says:

    Warren proofed? I guess Marshall can stay at the hotel.

  147. your mom says:

    So Overbay or Tex?

    • The Real Greg says:

      At this point, honestly,

      I would dump Hafner and keep Overbay as DH/1B.

      • Troll says:

        Keep Overbay. Platoon Tex with Hafner. The MT25 is destined for the junkyard if he continues his downward spiral.

        • The Real Greg says:

          Hafner has cooled down and he has no defensive abilities at all.

          You rotate Overbay and Tex at 1st and DH for awhile.

          • Jim Is Bored says:

            Look at Hafner’s statline even after he’s “cooled down”.

            And look at Overbay’s even with his unexpected power.

            Yeah, you’re insane.

            • The Real Greg says:

              You can’t deny the production that Overbay has brought. How can you just dump that.

              • Kramerica Industries says:

                It would be hard, but a lot of it was recently propped up from Friday night’s game.

                Hafner in general is a better hitter than Overbay. I’d much rather keep Pronk. He’s cooled down? Barring injury, I’d bet he’ll heat up again real soon.

          • Troll says:

            I can’t help myself. I have an irrational love for Pronk. He just looks too damn good in pinstripes.

      • Jim Is Bored says:

        Are you insane?

  148. fabricio says:

    yessssss more runs

  149. teddy says:


  150. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:


  151. Cuso says:

    I love how on some of these away games, Colorado and here in particular, when the Yanks do something good there’s an initial cheer picked up by audio in a different part of the stadium followed by confused silence ….then.random boos by the home fans attempting to drown out the cheers where they would’ve otherwise been silent.

    It’s the most verifiable way for discerning between “Indian (or team X) fans” and Yankee-haters. They hate the Yanks more than they love their team.

  152. teddy says:

    to save warren, marshall pitch the 8th and 9th

  153. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    oof, CoJo

  154. The Real Greg says:

    Another blown call for umpires.

  155. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    Ummm, yeah, about that defense CoJo.

  156. The Real Greg says:

    He played better at first base than his natural position

  157. Cuso says:

    Let Warren finish the game so he can get the save

  158. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    For entertainment purposes:

  159. SDB says:

    I love this team. That is all.

    Now I just hope Warren pitches through the 8th and 9th without a problem to save the bullpen for the coming week.

    (Potential of having a doubleheader split, with only Warren, Nuno, Claiborne, Logan and Phelps used from the BP… wow.)

  160. Kramerica Industries says:

    Remember that time David Huff nearly got decapitated by ARod?

    Man, that guy can really do everything wrong, even when it’s completely unintentional.

  161. Wheels says:

    Stoked on this probable win.

  162. Troll says:

    You still want to keep Gardner over Ichiro when Curtis comes back, Mike? While I’ve never been a true fan of Brett “The Jet” Gardner, I think it’s become wildly obvious that the man is, more or less, a one-tool player. He’s never been that great of a hitter and he can’t steal to save his life. Ichiro also has magic in his bones. His body harnesses an ancient Japanese spirit that inspires luck and marvel. He is the chosen one. Gardner is not.

    • Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

      And yet Ichiro has been significantly worse than Gardner.

      • The Real Greg says:

        I will say this. At least Ichiro has shown a hot streak this year. Gardner has not shown that.

        • Troll says:

          Bingo. Gardner’s mediocre at best. Ichiro is a hit machine at HIS best.

          • Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

            Gardner has yet to have a hot streak and he STILL has better numbers. That means Ichiro has put up a whole lot of awful outside of his hot streak.

            • Troll says:

              Gardner isn’t the streaking type. I guess we’ll just have to see who finishes with better numbers at season’s end.

              • Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

                Gardner isn’t the streaking type

                Actually he has been in his career. Very much so. He just hasn’t had much of a hot streak yet this season.

        • Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

          And yet Ichiro’s number are significantly worse. That Ichiro has already had a hot streak and STILL has been worse overall really isn’t an argument in favor of Ichiro. It’s an argument against Ichiro.

  163. Cuso says:

    In Cleveland, you’re only allowed to use terrible rap songs as your walk-up music.

    “We’re trying to project that we’re young, lovable and cool. Cool in the way that an Iroc-Z is cool when compared to an Aston Martin.”

  164. vicki says:

    insert swisher garbage time meme.

  165. heismanziel says:

    Fox is bringing 24 back next may, Yanks bats explode in game 2, Great NBA games tonight. Pretty Good day.

  166. Anderson Silva says:

    very impressive pitching from the farmhands today

  167. Cuso says:

    By the way, kudos to both Nuno AND Phelps today. They both pitched great. Phelps pitched better than Nuno actually.

  168. Anderson Silva says:

    Robbie needs a day off.. he’s terrible right now, hacking at everything

  169. teddy says:

    d@mm give up 1 run in 2 games and get a split

  170. Wheels says:

    Well done boys

  171. Need Pitching & Hitting (but mostly hitting) says:

    #6 and #7 starters, no Mo, no DRob

    Give up 1 run in 17 innings.

    Well done.

  172. AndrewYF says:

    When Granderson returns, my confidence for this team will officially be back up to an 8.

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