Pitching comes through for Bombers in 2-1 victory

Born in Southwestern Ohio and currently residing on the Chesapeake Bay, Brien is a former editor-in-chief of IIATMS who now spends most of his time sitting on his deck watching his tomatoes ripen and consuming far more MLB Network programming than is safe for one's health or sanity.

4 thoughts on “Pitching comes through for Bombers in 2-1 victory

  1. jay_robertson

    Very well-pitched (and fielded) game. Loved Cano's play – I dislike his apparent lethargy in the field more than many, but tonite he looked good.

    As for the lineup being "un-Yankee-like" – I don't see it changing soon. Was talking to the wife – for position players, who is missing? Gardner, Rodriguez, and Teix. Agreed, with Martin catching, its like we are fielding an NL team – but its been like that all season. Likewise, our DHs won't be mistaken for Ortiz – but they've been the same, too. Gardy's been gone all year and it'll be a crapshoot if Alex comes back in anything close to "game" condition. Or Tex and his calf.

    I sure HOPE the real team shows up – but I'm pretty sure what you saw is what we have. Right now, the Giants are almost as fearsome on offense.

  2. uyf1950

    Hughes 12 quality starts in his last 16 starts. He's really turning out to be a solid #3 starter for the Yankees. And I might add a much needed one.

  3. jay_robertson

    I almost forget, amidst all the foo-faraw about the pitching; did anyone else see the play, late in the game – our esteemed right fielder, Mr. Jones, actually WENT TO THE WALL and CAUGHT a ball. And then threw it back to the infielders.

    Miracles will never cease.

    • a57se

      Is that something worth commenting about?

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