“For the love of God, win the damn game!” – Stacey Gotsulias 10/16/12
In case you don’t remember, it was a sunny Sunday afternoon in early June, the Yankees were finishing up a three-game series against the Detroit Tigers in Comerica Park and the pitching matchup was Justin Verlander vs. Phil Hughes.
The expectations weren’t high coming into the game considering [...]
What can you say about tonight?
It was a roller coaster of emotions. Some extreme highs and extreme lows.
The lowest of the low occurred after the game ended when the announcement was made that Derek Jeter fractured his ankle and is done for the season. But we all know something was [...]
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I saw this stat earlier and thought it was interesting.
I thought a trip down ‘not so happy’ memory lane was in order.
In 2005, the Yankees faced off against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in a five-game series. The series began in Anaheim with a Yankee victory in Game 1. The [...]
Tonight’s game, when it finally began after yet another rain delay, started off well with the Yankees scoring first.
How did they do it? Let me walk you through it.
“Now, the real season begins…”
After the game, while speaking with Meredith Marakovits of the YES Network, Captain Derek Jeter expressed that sentiment after tonight’s 14-2 drubbing of the Boston Red Sox.
The game started off similarly to last night’s game with the Red Sox scoring first. This time, they scored one [...]
This game was so many different things: frustrating, annoying, nerve racking, exhilarating, deflating, frustrating again and finally, the best thing ever.
Let’s start with the frustrating aspects:
The Yankees scored four runs on 16 hits. They were 4-11 with runners in scoring position They left 14 men on base.
Those same things were annoying but [...]
This is exactly the game we all envisioned this afternoon when the Red Sox lineup was posted. The Yankees needed to beat up on a team that was trotting out six guys who were in Triple-A at one point in the season and who was without both Dustin Pedroia and Jacoby [...]
What is the one thing the Yankees cannot afford to do during this last weekend of the season? They cannot lose to bad teams and more specifically bad pitchers like Ricky Romero.
So what did they do this afternoon? Exactly that.
The Yankees started off strong with two runs in the first [...]
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