Scranton pounds Pawtucket, 14-1
George Kontos started, giving up just 2 hits and 2 walks in 6 scoreless innings, with 1 strikeout. He lowered his ERA to 2.45 with this outing. Romulo Sanchez, recently acquired, gave up a solo homer in 1 inning of work. Edwar Ramirez, recently demoted, struck out 2 and allowed 2 [...]
After retiring Brian Roberts, Joba was hit in the knee on a liner up the middle by Adam Jones. While Joba was able to record the out, he appeared to be in pain and was limping. After surrendering singles to Nick Markakis and Aubrey Huff, Girardi pulled Joba, replacing him with Alfredo Aceves.
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Rick Reilly wrote a column this week about what he might do were he commissioner of baseball. Being that this is the worst column ever, I figured we would rip it to shreds, FJM style:
I personally find baseball so crushingly boring I would happily plunge knitting needles into my eyes to avoid another [...]
Mariano Rivera came in with two outs in the 8th inning last night, and promptly retired Melvin Mora on three pitches. He then sat through a long inning in which the Yankees scored 6 runs, and most expected him to be done for the evening. However, Joe Girardi brought him out for the 9th, and [...]
From The Star-Ledger:
Damon credits the comfort level to manager Joe Girardi, who has allowed family around the team. “It was the rules before,” he said. “You couldn’t bring the kids to the ballpark — it just wasn’t a fun, conducive place to come to. I love Girardi being all about family.
“The rules [...]
From The Daily News:
Xavier Nady took batting practice for the first time in more than a month, testing his injured right elbow harder than he has since he went on the disabled list on April 16.
Nady took five rounds of BP, swinging between five and eight times per round. [...]
-What a difference a week makes, huh? Where are all the bozos calling for Girardi’s job? How did he go from an overmanaging, uptight idiot who couldn’t handle his bullpen to a genius in one week? Answer-CC got on track and A-Rod came back. Remember that the next time somebody says “Injuries are no excuse” [...]
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