Game Thread: Tigers at Yankees, Game 2 of the 2012 ALCS

No matter how the 2012 season ends for the New York Yankees, this will also stand out as the season when the newest crop of Yankee legends began to fade away, as all great athletes must eventually. This will be the season that saw Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter both fall to injury, something that was once unimaginable. With that out of the way, these guys have to score some runs! You can’t win a baseball game if you can’t score runs. Hopefully the Yankees know this. Hiroki Kuroda toes the rubber for the Bombers. The Tigers will counter  with Anibal Sanchez. Enjoy!

95 thoughts on “Game Thread: Tigers at Yankees, Game 2 of the 2012 ALCS

    • The Yanks should have been out of the inning, but neither Logan nor Joba made the pitches needed. They were having success against Miggy going inside, and then the last two ABs they suddenly go away on him.

      • no doubt, you’re right, and the players have to swallow it, and go on. But I am enjoying to chew on sour grapes.

  1. Yanks .need to.score can’t win without crossing the plate. Yankees downhill ever since the league cut their steroids