About Last Night Week: Freefalling

Since their last win, way back on May 16, the Yankees are batting .214/.272/.343/.615 with a .129 ISO and their pitching staff is 0-6 with a 6.92 ERA. Here's what that slash line looks like in spray chart form: Courtesy of ESPN Stats and Info

This is what that 6.92 ERA looks like in spray chart form: Courtesy of ESPN Stats and Info

Chase Headley was the Yankees' "best" hitter over the past week batting .333/.391/.381/.772 while Stephen Drew and Brett Gardner stunk up the joint. Drew batted .136/.136/.136/.273. (My God) and Gardner batted .136/.208/.136/.345. (Almost as ugly as Drew's numbers)

CC Sabathia was the worst pitcher by far and that even includes poor Esmil Rogers. Six earned runs in 2 1/3 innings is atrocious, but four strike outs to one walk in 2 1/3 innings isn't bad. In four of the past six games the starting pitcher hasn't made it through five innings.

Another bad thing? The defense that was supposed to be one of the best in the league committed five errors in the last six games. They had one clean game on 5/20 against Washington. They had four errors this weekend against Texas.

Ugly.

But don't worry, their next opponent is the best team in baseball, the Kansas City Royals.

Enjoy your morning.