Game 93: Beat the Birds

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This important three-game series against the Orioles did not get off to a good start last night. Not at all. The Yankees dropped a(nother) winnable game, mostly because their offense shuts down after the fifth or sixth inning. I’m not making that up either. They average only 1.29 runs per game from the sixth through ninth innings, which is the lowest in baseball according to Team Rankings. This team goes down too easily in the late innings. Here is the Orioles lineup and here is the Yankees lineup:

  1. LF Brett Gardner
  2. SS Derek Jeter
  3. CF Jacoby Ellsbury
  4. 1B Mark Teixeira
  5. DH Brian McCann
  6. RF Ichiro Suzuki
  7. 2B Brian Roberts
  8. 3B Kelly Johnson
  9. C Frankie Cervelli
    RHP Shane Greene

It is hot and humid in Baltimore, per usual, and there are scattered thunderstorms in the forecast for later this evening. Not sure if they will be an issue for the game or what. We’ll find out eventually. First pitch is scheduled for 4:05pm ET and you can watch on YES. Enjoy the game.

Roster Updates: Jeff Francis has reported to the team and is available today. He is wearing No. 53. Matt Daley was optioned down to clear a roster spot … Masahiro Tanaka (elbow) will not attend the All-Star Game festivities next week. He’s receiving his platelet rich-plasma injection on Monday.

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Saturday Night Open Thread
  • Frankie Cerveddardi

    Chris Tillman is another Yankee killer. Offense won’t score more than 2 and Greene won’t last long. Time to get some other stuff done while this ship sinks even further. Let’s just hope the FO commits to reconstruction after the ASB.

  • vicki

    nice eight-pitch inning.

  • http://google NYcornerstone

    EH

  • BKamm

    No Almonte again. In this park they could use a power bat like his. Was hitting RHP when they brought him up. Girardi doesn’t appear to like to play him.

  • http://google NYcornerstone

    TYPICAL 2014 YANKEE INNING 2 ON NO OUTS, 2 MEN LEFT ON BASE

    • vicki

      yankees strand 7.11 runners per game, tied with the o’s and the dodgers for thirteenth most in baseball.

      • JGYank

        But they don’t get many runners on. LOB% would be accurate.

        • vicki

          right. stranding two baserunners isn’t “typical” because having two baserunners isn’t typical.

        • forensic

          They’ve scored 28% of their baserunners. Only the Red Sox, Astros, and Rays have been worse in the AL.

  • Tom

    Greene looks pretty good.

    Going to need 7 more 0’s to have a shot at a win though (or maybe 5 or 6 and turn it over to the good part of the pen)

  • Mr. Roth

    Shane Greene looking solid. Attacking the zone, throwing his offspeed for strikes, trusting his stuff, and all those other pitching cliches.

  • Need Pitching & Hitting

    The Yankees struggle enough to score runs.
    If Joyce is going to keep making calls like that, they have no chance.

    • The Guns of Navarone

      The Yankees struggle enough to score runs. If Joyce is going to keep making calls like that, they have no chance.

      Fixed that for you

    • BKamm

      Early in the game Gary Thorne claimed Joyce was “know for a hitter friendly zone.”

  • CashmanNinja

    Um…I thought catchers couldn’t block the plate before they had the ball? The catcher’s ENTIRE leg was blocking the fucking plate BEFORE he even had the ball. How is that not this so called interference rule?

    • 28 this year

      I was surprised there wasn’t even an argument.

    • vicki

      does anybody anywhere understand the rule? if that wasn’t interference, what is?

      • Need Pitching & Hitting

        Maybe because Jeter didn’t get there until after the ball?
        Or I suppose it could be argued Jeter had a slight lane to the plate regardless.

        • CashmanNinja

          That doesn’t matter. They aren’t allowed to block the plate until they have the ball. The catcher had his leg in front of the plate before he caught it while Jeter was coming towards home. It was a violation of the so called “interference” rule they came up with and I don’t see why it wasn’t called there. By definition that catcher blocked the path for the runner and it should have been scored a run. So we got screwed out of a run.

          • Need Pitching & Hitting

            I don’t know what the actual rule is, but it logically seems to me you can’t block the path of a runner who isn’t there yet.

            • CashmanNinja

              The rule says that they can’t do that until they have the ball…so *logically* that precedes whether the runner is at the plate yet or not. I mean think about it…the runner is only there when he’s AT home. He physically cannot get to home if there’s a body blocking him, so whether he’s arrived there or not makes no difference. It’s whether the catcher has received the ball and he did not.

              • Need Pitching & Hitting

                “Unless the catcher is in possession of the ball, the catcher cannot block the pathway of the runner as he is attempting to score.”

                It’s a bit ambiguous, and I’m not sure how it’s been applied so far, but to me, he’s not blocking the runner’s pathway if the runner is still 20 feet away.

                • CashmanNinja

                  But Jeter wasn’t 20 feet away…he was like 5 feet away and already beginning his slide…it’s not like he was half way down the line.

                  • Need Pitching & Hitting

                    Your right on that, Jeter was closer than I thought when the C recieved the ball, but still, it looked like the C was straddling the plate prior to the C, not blocking it.

                    • CashmanNinja

                      But he isn’t allowed to do that. He’s got to stand in front of it at an angle and can’t have so much as a foot on top of the baseline. I understand the reason for the rule, but I think it’s beyond stupid. They should be able to block it like that at their own risk, but enforce a rule where a base runner can’t physically take out a catcher unless they have the ball secure and are trying to tag them (i.e. no more of those Pete Rose/Ray Fosse plays).

                • Need Pitching & Hitting

                  Just watched the replay, the C was straddling the plate before he caught it, not blocking it anyways.

  • Mr. Roth

    Did Tillman really throw Tex 2 knuckleballs in that at bat?

  • steved fl

    bad base running,bad plays in the field/non plays and not hitting with men on base. does not sound like a good team to me.

    • BKamm

      That’s because it is a bad team.

  • steved fl

    is it my imagination or do the Yankees make alot of outs on the bases?

    • Need Pitching & Hitting

      Lead the AL in outs at home, but only 10th worst in total outs on the bases.

      • steved fl

        Thank you

      • BKamm

        Thomson isn’t very good.

    • vicki

      not really.

      http://www.baseball-reference......ting.shtml

      though they have made an inordinate number at home.

      http://www.baseball-reference......ting.shtml

      • forensic

        So, rather than trying to stretch things they like to jog safely into 2nd and then just get thrown out at home rather than have anyone else get thrown out on the bases.

        • forensic

          This is also evidenced by their low 37% extra bases taken number, which is only better than the O’s and Astros in the AL.

        • vicki

          i’ve always resisted blaming the third base coach, but one could surmise some causation there this year.

  • Yanks47

    I wonder if we could get anything for teixera. Hes having a good year , 20 hrs. I would also look to see if we could get anything for roberts( up and down arm). Kuroda and robertson should fetch us something as well.

    • Mr. Roth

      Tex has a NTC and he has stated that he has no desire to waive it. No one is trading us anything worthwhile for Roberts. Kuroda also has a NTC and there probably aren’t very many teams he would waive it for. Robertson would only be a rental, so his value isn’t terribly high either.

      • vicki

        mark teixeira: “bury me in pinstripes.”

        • Mr. Roth

          I could be wrong, but that doesn’t sound like a guy willing to waive his NTC.

      • Chip Rodriguez

        between the way Tex has come back off the wrist injury, the Foul Territory shows, and the fact that he’s one of the really good guys in baseball (and besides, who do you replace him with?!)… I don’t want to let him go. So this works fine.

    • forensic

      You’re not getting much for him, regardless of the NTC. There’s a little power there, but this season mostly looks fine for him only because our standards have dropped so much based on his decline and injury. His baseline numbers are actually slightly worse than 2012 (though the adjusted numbers are slightly better considering the overall environment).

      He’s also been on a steady downward monthly trend this season. Hopefully he at least can fix that issue a little bit.

  • Ed K

    Greene is looking outstanding again. Really like the pitches he is showing today. Could he be the real deal?

    • Tom

      He’s always had good stuff; ff he can throw strikes consistently – sure.

      Issue with him has primarily been command/control.

    • vicki

      the sinker’s legit. i’d like him even better with a decent infield behind him.

    • forensic

      I would’ve liked him up a few weeks earlier when he really started pitching better in AAA after being jerked around the first month or so of the season, but it is what it is. At least he’s here now.

  • vicki

    poise.

  • CashmanNinja

    Shane Greene is looking awfully impressive. He really makes me think of a slightly thinner version of Chien-Ming Wang.

  • bob

    Green already falling apart here in the 5th. Close to 30 pitch inning. Nothing special.

    • forensic

      Regardless of what he may or may not actually be, how is one long inning indicative that he’s nothing special? Contrary to popular opinion, even guys like Felix and Kershaw (and Tanaka) have long innings or bad games periodically.

      • CashmanNinja

        Kershaw had an awful game in May. He gave up 7 runs and didn’t even make it through 2 innings. Obviously he was nothing special, right? RIGHT?

    • Need Pitching & Hitting

      Yep. Really fell apart. Gave up a walk and a ground ball single. The horror!!!!

      • bob

        Damage was already done. 25+ inning. Totally shot for going no more than 6 IP. Means bullpen will be in either in the 6th or 7th inning. Game will be over and the pen will fail again from trying to protect the awful offense. Fell apart there with his pitch count in the 5th. Plus, he gave up two singles in that inning. The walk was to Pearce in the previous inning. Get your facts right.

        • Sam Pearce, the Troll Hunter

          The scoreboard may say the Yankees won 3-0, but what it fails to take into consideration is that one 25+ pitch inning.

          This game will be recorded in the record books as a loss for the Yankees, folks.

  • bob

    Damage already done. Too many pitches for Greene there in the 5th. He will be lucky to make it through 6 IP. Bullpen will blow this game like last night. Game is really again on the terrible offense assembled by Cashman and company. Bad team.

    • forensic

      He’s at 75 pitches through 5 innings, which is a reasonable 15 pitches per inning (especially considering the defense he’s pitching in front of). He certainly should make it through 6, and could even go seven (though he probably won’t because Girardi loves pulling young guys really early even if it may not be necessary).

      • bob

        Damage already done. Will not go more than 6 IP. Bullpen will blow it. Offense in total fail and shutdown mode. Yankees lose this game 4-1.

        • Sam Pearce, the Troll Hunter

          It’s amazing how accurate your predictions are.

        • cooolbreeez

          bob, you’re a dick.

  • bob

    What started to well is falling apart for Greene here in the 5th. He has little room for margin as the Yankees offense is done for the day. He is also having a terrible 5th inning with 25+ innings and ruining a pretty good pitch count. Awful defense too allowing the first hit of the game as Johnson and Jeter barely react. Orioles hitters are sooooo much better as they have grind ABs. Just a bad team.

    • CashmanNinja

      There have been at least 3 outs that other teams would have been able to make that the Yankees missed out on. That’s an entire inning right there and could be the difference between 7 very solid innings and just 6 good innings. Either way he seems to have a good mental makeup and didn’t let things unravel.

      • The Guns of Navarone

        I think this is a really good point. It’s tough to quantify, but you’d have to imagine the Yankees pitching have to work so much harder because of the extra outs the defense gives away, be it errors, failing to turn the DP, or just general lack of range. And don’t forget the carry-over effect that has on the bullpen.

    • Mr. Roth

      Gee Bob, what an astute analysis.

      • bob

        Stupid reply does not compute. Cannot adequately respond.

        • Mr. Roth

          Now you know how we felt.

          • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

            +1.

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

      Boy you are just the life of the party, aren’t you?

    • Dan

      We will receive a verbatim copy of what you just said 3-5 times a game from Eddard, you don’t need to bless us with your analysis. Thank you for your efforts though.

  • forensic

    Jeff Francis had three or four REALLY good years in Colorado – Suzyn

    It’s nice having three lefties in the pen because you can use them all at any time to get that one big lefty out – John

    Ho hum, just another day in the Yankees radio booth.

    • CashmanNinja

      Those 2 are truly…well, I won’t be too mean. Sterling really disappeared. He was like that dude who worked with Ryan Seacrest during the 1st year of American Idol. I know there was another guy there, but I can’t remember his name or what he looked like. Sterling is the same. He was there, but I always chose to ignore him and really only remember him from Yankeeography and when I’m forced to listen on the radio. And Suzyn…yeah, she makes a good pair with Sterling. I’d rather listen to Ken Singleton re-live his Orioles days than listen to those 2.

      • forensic

        Way back I don’t remember Sterling being this bad when he was with Kay (yes, I like Kay). Even for awhile after that I thought he might have been salvagable if they got him a good partner instead of Suzyn.

        That’s no longer the case. He’s too damn old and she’s too damn terrible. I really wish they would just re-do the damn team. Continuing to throw them and their voluntary ignorance and refusal to try to learn anything in this day and age is insulting to us as fans.

  • forensic

    Screw you, Sterling!

  • TC

    There was a game about 2 weeks ago that they were bashing a certain strategy(I can’t remember exactly what it was but it was either the use of advanced metrics, platoon splits, or matchups based on personal history), and their reason for not liking it was because it had no application in the other 3 of the “big 4″ sports.

  • The Guns of Navarone

    I’m finding it difficult to come up with new ways to describe just how bad this team stinks

  • Need Pitching & Hitting

    Watching Kelly Johnson play (try to) is getting increasingly annoying.

  • BKamm

    Jones and Cruz helped out with chasing out of the strike zone.

  • Tom

    Normally I would think Greene could use a GB and potentially turn 2 here… but with this IF, Greene sure could use 3 popups right about now.

    • Need Pitching & Hitting

      Good timing

    • Tom

      And they turn two.

      Reveres jinx in full effect!

  • vicki

    i’ve really enjoyed the bottom halves of the innings.

  • forensic

    “If Cervelli gets a hit, then Gardner HAS to bunt. HAS to.” – John

    Yeah, it’s always a brilliant idea to give away as many outs as possible with your best hitter to bring up one of your weakest/worst.

  • Tom

    Nice pitching by Greene there.

    I’d send him back out for the 7th, but he probably gets pulled or Girardi does the one batter on and he’s pulled thing.

    (Just PLEASE don’t use Thornton to pitch to Davis)

    • TC

      Of course not. We have Jeff Francis now.

      • BKamm

        Good thing too!

      • Tom

        Isn’t he third on the LOOGY depth chart (behind Huffles?)

      • vicki

        i didn’t know whether to laugh or to cry.

        • BKamm

          Tough decision with Francis and Thornton as the choices.

  • Tom

    Small ball time? (read – try not to score by giving away an out)

    • forensic

      Can’t keep Cervelli bunting. He’s not a hot hitter with the bottom of the lineup coming up after him. That’s the only time you’re allowed to bunt.

  • Tom

    Jetes!

  • BKamm

    How was that not blocking the plate without the ball?

  • Need Pitching & Hitting

    Yeah Jeets!!!!

    • TC

      I’m not listening, but I can still hear Suzyn’s voice swelling up with pride over how clutch the captain is.

      • forensic

        When you listen to them talk about Jeter, you can almost picture the cartoon hearts floating out of their head.

        Such as this:

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRFywqqUdn4

        • Need Pitching & Hitting

          I won’t ask how you happened to have that video handy…

          • forensic

            lol, just a nice job by youtube knowing what to bring up when looking for cartoon hearts. :-)

      • BKamm

        She’s near tears at this point.

  • stuart a

    was going to post the yanks would not score again today. miracle of miracle they got 2 runs..

    not sure if greene is the next wong or not but he has some potential. throws hard…never know with prospects but he seems better then advertised. not under 2.00 era good but he seems to have a chance…

    • BKamm

      “Not under 2.00 ERA good.”

      So you’re saying he’s not the next Bob Gibson?

      • Need Pitching & Hitting

        expert analysis, as per his usual

      • TC

        Well that’s disappointing. I was already starting the campaign to have his number retired.

        • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

          No. 61 – Shane Greene.

          Got 2 good starts. Suffered from poor run support but succeeded. Analysis of fan website is that he is the second coming of Andrew Brackman.

      • stuart a

        correct… I will take a mid 3 era….

    • vicki

      you little ray of sunshine.

      bob zigs, stuart zags.

      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

        Eddard zigzagoons?

        [/bad joke]

  • forensic

    Two insurance runs???

    What is this madness???

    It’s gonna be pretty hard for the Yankees to lose 4-1 now…

  • Need Pitching & Hitting

    I guarantee he’s not the next wong.

    • stuart a

      you mean he runs the bases better? wong was not a big prospect either…

      • Need Pitching & Hitting

        I doubt Greene can even play 2B if he tried.

        • Tom

          You really think he’s going to get that?

          • Need Pitching & Hitting

            Heh, probably not.

        • stuart a

          chien ming wong.. ie yankee twice 19 game winner got hurt running the bases in Houston ex # of years ago..

          • Need Pitching & Hitting

            WANG. Chien-Ming WANG. Former Yankee pitcher.

            WONG. Kolten WONG. Cardinals 2B.

            • BKamm

              Wong was wong.

          • TC

            Oh for Christ’s sake. It’s spelled Wang.

          • http://Riveravenueblues Marty l

            6-15-08 I think

    • Tom

      Better to be right than wong?

      • Mr. Roth

        May be right, may be Wong. Either way, I still have my Wang.

    • Need Pitching & Hitting

      Bad time for a reply fail.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    [cue Robbie Thomson hate here].

    • stuart a

      14 or 15 baserunners thrown out at home for the season. equals last years total already…

      • TC

        How many came with 2 outs? It could just be that he has no faith in a another hit coming so just sends everybody.

        • Old Kinderhook

          Oh we of little faith. Justifiably so.

  • forensic

    A runner thrown out at home? I’m shocked…

  • steved fl

    really??? another out at home. you got to be kidding me.

  • BKamm

    Wow! He was really out! How can that continue to happen?

  • Need Pitching & Hitting

    WTF was that? Only out by 20 feet.

  • BKamm

    Made Davis look bad. 3 pitches.

  • TC

    I’m seeing a lot of Soriano-esque hacks at this breaking ball he’s throwing.

    • BKamm

      That’s bad.

      • TC

        That’s bad for the Orioles, good for Greene.

        • TC

          Except he’s actually throwing them close to the zone, not bouncing them 6 feet away. So, /I guess not like Soriano at all. Never mind, carry on.

  • BKamm

    Hardy on three.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    Come on Joe, let Shane try to finish the inning.

  • Need Pitching & Hitting

    Huff???!!??3#&%$@#

    • Tom

      Lefty… DUH!

      How else are you supposed to get a lefty hitter out?

  • forensic

    It’s too bad Greene had that long 5th inning and was guaranteed done. It would’ve been nice to see him try to work his way through the 6th or even 7th inning today.

    • Old Kinderhook

      Where’s bob? Bob? C’mon back bob!

      • vicki

        damage done!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    There ya go Shane.

    Kelley 8th and D-Rob 9th?

  • Rolling Doughnut

    Bad send what else is new?) but at least they did score 2 with two outs.

  • BKamm

    I feel much better. Rothschild went out.

  • Need Pitching & Hitting

    Well done Mr. Greene. Very well done.

  • vicki

    shane greene, you magnificent bastard.

    • BKamm

      Ha ha! He did good, didn’t he?

    • BKamm

      I read his book!

  • Chip Rodriguez

    7 innings. 9 Ks, no runs. Unbelievable.

    Shane Greene’s been awesome. Especially coming up for a team that can’t develop talent according to most of the league.

    • BKamm

      I believe critics would be referring to position players.

    • Troll

      Yeah . . . You may want to give him a few more starts before alluding to such grandiosity . . .

      • Sam Pearce, the Troll Hunter

        Shane Greene has BEEN awesome. Notice the past tense? It’s not really a point to be debated, the games are already in the book.

        No one declared him a lock for Cy Young. They said he has BEEN awesome.

        You might want to work on your reading comprehension before trying to critique others.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    Can Steve Pearce regress, please?

    • BKamm

      His play of late has many wondering. I haven’t looked, but, has he ever been given the opportunity to play regularly before?

    • TC

      This is his true talent level. #Cashman failed!!!
      Am I doing this right?

      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

        I said that so before Eddard and Co. thinks it was #CashmanFailed.

  • FLYER7

    Why can’t we ever find players like Pearce?

  • BKamm

    Amazing! He’s letting him come out for the 8th. Greene has already entered the sacred pyramid of trust!

    • Mr. Roth

      Joe didn’t even make him take his shoes off at the door!

  • BigBlueAL

    Great outing by Huff.

    • BKamm

      Can’t have enough lefties can you?

  • Need Pitching & Hitting

    So pointless…

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    Steve Clevenger, douchebag behind plate.

  • alittleblackegg

    Really happy for Greene. I have no expectations going forward, but he earned that standing ovation (in Camden, no less!)

    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

      I bet you that’s why Greene got to face Clevenger.

  • Tom

    This seems dumb.

    Just bring in Kelley. Haviing Huff face one batter is kind of silly.

    And on cue….

    CLUELESS JOE!

    • BKamm

      Having Huff face any number of hitters is never a good idea.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    Miguel Gonzalez got optioned? …wow.

    • Need Pitching & Hitting

      Taking advantage of the AS break to get an extra position player.

      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

        That is really, really silly.

        • Need Pitching & Hitting

          Really no harm in it though.
          Other than I’d imagine Gonzalez might not be too thrilled.

          • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

            I wouldn’t be thrilled if I were Gonzalez. Why not just let him ride the bench for 2 days? We’re getting 4 days off anyway…

      • forensic

        They also did it with Bud Norris to get an 8th reliever (they got a 3rd catcher for Gonzalez).

        I’m kind of in between on how I feel about it. They’re not breaking any rules or anything, it just seems kind of cheesy and almost pointless.

        Whatever… It’s kind of funny that they maybe think the Yankees offense is so intimidating that they want the extra reliever though.

        • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

          I’d be all for a MLBPA grievance against the Orioles. Just it doesn’t see, really fair. If not, you could always just use Norris and Gonzalez in the ‘pen if desperate.

  • Tom

    So at some point Robertson will be in and Chris Davis will be up as the potential tying run this inning?

  • forensic

    See Girardi, this is what happens when you listen to John Sterling strategy!

  • BigBlueAL

    Kelley looks like he is definitely back to being 100% healthy. Good to see.

    • forensic

      He was healthy the whole time since he’s back. It was mostly just regression. He pitched way over his head early on and came back to more what you’d expect from him and closer to what he did last year.

      • vicki

        he was an inherited-runner-stranding machine last year.

    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

      He looked like it a couple outings ago, and it is really nice to see.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    So tomorrow we’re on ESPN…

    …. barf.

  • Tom

    Robertson?

    Is Francis not available? With a lefty up 2nd, you’d have thought Girardi would have gone Kelley/Francis/Robertson.

  • BKamm

    Robertson gets Cruz and Davis. Never easy.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    Boom.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    Glad D-Rob has three runs. I am flipping between this and the Mets game and it’s only a 1-run lead.

  • vicki

    big wheel.

    • BKamm

      Nice! He’s been fun to watch.

      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

        The fun of Spring Training. :)

  • forensic

    Terrific start by Greene too!

  • Need Pitching & Hitting

    Damage already done.

    • Sam Pearce, the Troll Hunter

      We could have won this game if it wasn’t for Greene’s 25+ pitch inning.

  • forensic

    Nice Robby!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    D-Rob making it look easy.

  • forensic

    “Cleveland doesn’t have any great hitters, just a bunch of good ones. But Baltimore, they have a lot of TREMENDOUS hitters.” – Sterling

    Ugh…