AJ Burnett pitched the game of his life to knot the Series at 1-1.
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Random thoughts on a game that doesn’t need much explanation: ◊ Last night’s game pretty much begins and ends with Cliff Lee. Sure, Chase Utley deserves props for hitting not one but two home runs against fellow lefty CC Sabathia. Lee was downright filthy. Lee threw 122 pitches across his complete game, 80 of which Read More
Questions abound a day away from game one of the World Series. Rob Neyer, responding to Dan Rosenheck the NY Times, who suggests Girardi keep his options open: … I wonder if any manager in the history of ever has gone into a World Series with such flexibility. No, I’m sure that many of them Read More
The Yankees beat the Angels in six games to win the ALCS. Here’s a quick breakdown of game 6.
I don’t expect any non-Yankee fans to quite understand this, but because of the burden of expectation, because of the media scrutiny, because of the money and the notoriety and the recent history of crushing, abject pain and misery, the Yankees are often quite miserable to watch.
Another Girardi head-scratcher was the story behind game 5.
The Yankees didn’t lose game three of the ALCS. Joe Girardi did.
MLB and FOX have once again crafted an October that caters to the almighty dollar more than the game.