Monday, July 30, 2012

Yankee Bridge To Playoffs Collapses


The Yankees are playing like bent, old structures.

With no hope for fiscal stimulus, the strained facilities begin to break.

A-Rod was broken by Seattle, and we did not even retaliate.

The recent collapse against the red socks proves that our line-up is not able to compete, even against the downtrodden and horrible.

We are, at best, shaking in the wind.

 At worst, we are simply broken and slowly drowning.

2 comments:

John M said...

We're the Tex of teams, streaky. If we're on a winning kick during the playoffs, God (or Gahd) help our opponents. If we're in the land of lost batsmen and bullpen befuddlement, we go down quiety.

It's a coin flip. Like Louise Neathway sez, 'Head, you win. Tail, you infect your wife.'

Anonymous said...

Ahhhhhh. At the gamE. What was the ichiro call?!?!?!