Tuesday, July 09, 2013



When the Yanks were on a 6-game winning streak, starting 9 days ago, they averaged over 6 runs a game. Now it looks like they won't total six runs until the end of the week. Somehow the Yankees managed six hits, but after the 2nd inning, they were able to muster one walk and one hit.

Sabathia pitched well. When you only give up 3 runs, you ought to be able to win the game. Even giving up two runs would have lost this one. So I guess the Yanks need someone who can throw shutouts, every game.

But never fear. Cashman has the answer. He's signed a new pitcher. The name is Sin Soo-Ji. A delivery so freaky, it's bound to screw up AL hitters for a long time. Here's a preview of our new starter.


"An archaeology study in Nature magazine says the ability "to throw objects accurately" is what has made humans successful. Where does that leave Tim Tebow"  -- RJ Currie
" Mariah Carey is reportedly doing fine after being taken to a hospital with a shoulder injury suffered filming a music video. Apparently she pulled three muscles while hitting a high note"  -- Brad Dickson
" When Dwight Howard left for Houston, apparently Kobe Bryant stopped following him on Twitter. Seriously? Hard to imagine Kobe following anyone."  -- Janice Hough
 "Hostess Twinkies — out of production for 1½ years — are slated to return to store shelves this Friday. And Ding-Dongs are making a comeback, too: The Rangers just signed Manny Ramirez."  -- Dwight Perry
"Why is 77-year-old golfer Gary Player is posing nude for ESPN the Magazine’s Body Issue: “He misses the Skins Game."  -- Steve Schrader
"Gun-rights advocates in Utah are planning a 5K run. Finding a starter’s pistol shouldn’t be a problem."  -- Dwight Perry

Hoorah! Dwight Perry's back.


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