Swept away: Mets 3, Yankees 1

I honestly can't think of anything to say other than, "Welp!" Seriously, what can you do? The Yankees decided to have a bad week during the same week as the Subway Series. Stuff happens. And it's not as tragic as people are making it out to be. Everyone needs to calm down. This isn't the Yankees' A team. If the Mets had completed a four-game sweep with a healthy Derek Jeter, Curtis Granderson, Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and Kevin Youkilis in the lineup, I'd probably be despondent. But I can't even be that upset right now.

And if you had told me on Opening Day that the Yankees would be 30-23 and only two games out at this point in the season, I'd've been ecstatic.

So they lost to the Mets. Big deal! And it was a sweep. So what? At least it wasn't a six-game sweep which is what the Yankees did to the Mets 10 years ago.

There were some positives tonight. Like Robinson Cano hitting a home run - which accounted for the only run of the game. And there was, um, well, there was ... Oh! Vidal Nuno was okay. He didn't get bombed like Phelps did last night and he made it out of the first inning without giving up a run.

See? Positivity!

And more good stuff came out after the game: Mark Teixeira and Kevin Youkilis are on their way back to the team and will be playing tomorrow. They both finished 1-3 in their game in Trenton.

Andy Pettitte is also set to return on Monday so the Yankees are going to start to look like the Yankees again not a team of impostors that people can't tell apart.

So everyone take a deep breath, relax and put this series behind you. I mean, it's not like the Yankees are facing the Red Sox next--

Oh wait...