Yanks look to bounce back from last night’s disappointing loss with a win.
Never mind the pessimisim, C.C. is pitching:
Let’s Go Yank-ees!
I dunno, I'm still smarting from that CC failure vs the Red Sox.
Todd Helton has the ugliest facial hair ever.
Paul really, really likes guys to go the other way.
 Don't be glum? Thumbalina = CC?
CC kinda reminds me of Baby Huey.
Gene Monahan retiring at the end of the season--sigh. Another (perhaps the last) timeless piece of the Yankees organization of my youth goes away.
 Oh, Flash, actually. I had just turned it on and thought it was O'Neill.
Just ♡ Curtis Granderson (in a bro kind of way...the new law in NY State notwithstanding).
Happy he's a Yankee.
Sometimes they make baseball look so easy, the three of them.
 All morally acceptable, too.
 Punched, sliced, punched.
Wow, I just noticed, how cool does Pagnozzi look?
Productive Out > Driven
Wow! Close. Very close.
Great call to send him...but he looked maybe like he was out.
Nope, hand got in there.
Yep, he was in there.
 True, assuming that ">" is a moral comparative.
One more thing, scoring on a very shallow sac fly is exceptionally virtuous.
Nicely played, kid.
 Now, when Brett led off the first with a bunt base hit, was that supervirtuous, or did it make you kind of sad? (I have to be honest, I wasn't watching -- just peeked at the first inning to see if there was anything deeply reprehensible or stirringly admirable.)
Disappointing. Cervelli definitely did not go the other way. I feel that both he and Gardner tried to do too much.
 There is often great sadness in virtue.
 Gardner was definitely selfish there, and it cost the team. I can't get too down on Cervelli, though. A player of his caliber must be given greater latitude.
 Who are you, Akira Kurosawa? (I guess not, since you're alive.)
Heh. So, we can run on your outfielders, but you can't run on ours. How does that feel? (In fact I remember very well how it feels, just thinking about Johnny Damon.)
Dammit, Robbie. Rats.
12 pitchers with 9 wins. CC gunning to be the first to 10.
"Rex Brothers" sounds like a character Sterling Hayden would have played in some 1950s crime movie.
Drifting in and out of the game...looks like the home tea has things well in hand. Will CC get a CG? Probably not, I guess.
When I was a kid, Yankee Givaway Lunch Boxes would have been raining down from the upper deck by the seventh inning.
Buddy Carlyle he loved a lady, many years ago
Not the most riveting game...bur man, game threads sure seem pretty dead these days.
32) Maybe it's summer vacation? Maybe Inter-League is snoozeworthy. LOL. I just got home, missed the game but was checking the score on my phone. Lots o hits, huh? We'll take it.
It's nice seeing the guys who had been struggling start to have consistent multiple hit games.
Dustin Pedroia pulled a Buckner. Awesome play. Be sure to catch it on the highlights.
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