This Recap Will Be As Good As The Offense Was Tonight


[You can discuss the game in the comments if you'd like]

Stacey is co-Editor-in-Chief of It's About The Money and is co-host of the It's About The Yankees, Stupid podcast. When she's not blogging about baseball, she's blogging about the New York Knicks and when she's not doing either of those things, she's tweeting about General Hospital and her cats.

7 thoughts on “This Recap Will Be As Good As The Offense Was Tonight

  1. I think its over.

    • William D

      C.C. needs to throw a complete game shut out, otherwise I agree that it is pretty much over.

      • It’s a coin flip, but the coin is slightly weighted in our favor at least. It shouldn’t have come down to this, but I’m sure that Baltimore is saying the same thing.

  2. hawaii dave

    All the focus by the experts, going on 3 years now, has been on pitching, (mostly starting pitching)…..just goes to show you the experts are idiots. Pitching was not the problem last year, was not the problem this year.

  3. lordbyron

    Excellent recap!

  4. franco_trapped_the_ball

    ARod, Cano, Swisher, Granderson. Can any of these guys get a hit? At least Cano got an RBI ground-out. How could Girardi NOT try a squeeze with Ichiro on third in the 8th, even if it meant pinch-hitting again for ARod? This is the 2003 WS all over again, when Torre insisted on playing Alphonso Soriano who struck out on at least half of his plate appearances. ARod, unlike Granderson, at least is not swinging at bad pitches. But he can’t hardly make contact with the ones in the stirke zone – what’s going on? Discounting the one 5-run inning, they’ve scored only eight runs (vs. Baltimore’s nine). Any momentum from Ibanez’s heroics has been squandered, and squandered badly.

  5. fuster

    marvelously great post, from the title all the way through the entire recap.

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