2 hours ago
The whole game was sort of like watching a movie or something. Or a Central Park softball game.
|John Lackey/Gomer Pyle/Terrifying|
Unless I said something like "It's nice that the Yankees got rid of his lazy ass." But that doesn't sound like a sentence I'd say, so I'm sticking with my original claim.
The Yankees went old school and won with the long ball. 5 bombs--2 from McCann, the rest from Beltran, A-So, and Kelly Johnson.
(Kelly Johnson can now be added to the list of players whose name is for some reason always said using both first and last names.)
Only one Sock went yard, and it just really wasn't their day.
Farrell tried to overturn a call in the 8th, and I'm sorry, but when I was trying to wrap my head around the whole instant replay thing, I thought you weren't allowed to use a challenge after the 6th inning?
Don't you lose your challenge in the 7th inning? I'm almost positive that's what I read somewhere.
Or they remembered that there was no challenging after the 6th?
Whatever, it was a good day for the Yanks. The only real glitches were A-So dropping an easy one in the first play that came his way. Also, I hate to stay this, but I wish there was a little more team chemistry. I never understood when in business it's cited as a bad thing to not have team chemistry. I get that it's desirable, but if the work's getting done right, who cares?
But now I get it. Sort of. I'd rather have the Yankees even if they don't really know all the names of their teammates yet, than have the Red Socks who equate idiotic irreverance with victory.
Tomorrow, the Yanks pit Nova against Felix, and based on their performance so far this year, it could be a little like watching a WNBA game..
Ego vellem vincere quam ut aut excitant.