Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The Best The Yankees Can Do

I am still stuck using an I-pad, so the visual I had in mind will have to remain a mystery.

Yesterday, in Detroit, CC pitched as well as he will pitch all year, against the best hitting team in baseball.

The sad truth is that the real offense showed up for the Yankees, as well.  Tino's solo HR looked like an accident.  No one, including Tino, thought he hit it out.  It was as if a magical gust of wind gave the ball an extra twenty feet.

But no one else did a thing.  A couple of deep fly balls.  Many, many strike outs.  Generally, we saw a team that will do little against quality pitching.  Without walks, errors, and poor defensive decisions to assist them, our offense is 1-2 runs a game.

It is what it is.  Boring.

We are back in the cellar.

1 comment:

Rufus T. Firefly said...