TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT

TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
Tonight's moon phase: WANING CRESCENT

FIFTY THOUSAND MOONS

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

3 comments:

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...

Alph,

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.