Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Yankees set all-time record with five DHs in lineup

Yesterday's starting lineup vs. Houston:

1. Brett Gardner
2. Ichiro Suzuki
3. Robinson Cano
4. Kevin Youkilis
5. Travis Hafner
6. Vernon Wells
7. Juan Rivera
8. Eduardo Nunez
9. Chris Stewart


Alphonso said...

Is it possible for a major league team to bat under .200 for the season?

What is the least number of runs ever scored by a team in the modern era?

Just asking.

BernBabyBern said...


Don't know the answer to the second question, and I am, like many Yankees fans, too distraught and/or hung over to look it up.

But in regards to your first question: Yes. And, with a lineup like the one the Yankees are wheeling out there every day, it's becoming increasingly likely.

Don't worry, though. I hear to beef up the offense from the catcher's position, Cashman is in serious negotiations with Don Slaught.

Don Slaught C said...

Sorry. Just signed $2 million package with the Pittsburgh Pirates to be Russell Martin's backup.