Game 76: Welcome to the Show, Mr. Warren

Chicago White Sox New York Yankees
Alejandro De Aza, CF Derek Jeter, SS
Kevin Youkilis, 3B Curtis Granderson, CF
Adam Dunn, DH Mark Teixeira, 1B
Paul Konerko, 1B Alex Rodriguez, 3B
Alex Rios, RF Robinson Cano, 2B
A.J. Pierzynski, C Nick Swisher, RF
Dayan Viciedo, LF Andruw Jones, DH
Alexei Ramirez, SS Jayson Nix, LF
Gordon Beckham, 2B Chris Stewart, C
Jose Quintana, SP Adam Warren, SP

The first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m., on the YES Network and MLB Network. Let’s go Yankees!

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11 thoughts on “Game 76: Welcome to the Show, Mr. Warren

  1. The pressure on Adam Warren must be intense as he tries to break the tie in wins with Cliff Lee.

  2. Pierzynsky auditioning for a job if Martin prices himself out of the Yankees range? I would prefer him on a 2 or 3 year deal to Martin on a 4 year deal given his injury history and offensive output. Plus the White Sox seem to have good pitchers come out of nowhere and I bet hes a part of that.

  3. Warren had a pretty clean first, then Yankees scored four, and he gave ’em back, then another and another. He seemed to have a single target, low and away. Lou mentioned you have to change eye levels.

    Used a nice curve or slider inside on lefties, and his changeup worked a few times. Important for him to develop. Lot like Phelpsie, he needs to mix it up.

    • The hazards of introducing new pitchers to the big time.

      Whip up our hitters!

      Stewie not having a good game.

  4. Corey had a nice batter in Konerko. Impressed him with a strike on the inside lower corner, and he swung at a pitch high because he could see it. Couldn’t do much with it.