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Once Again


It’s hard to watch C.C. get abused but that’s what has happened over and again this year. Tonight, he got smacked around again–this time by the first place Rays. I don’t know about you but I don’t get angry with Sabathia, I feel bad for him. He’s a gamer, he doesn’t give up, but this year, man, he just hasn’t been his usual self.

Tough to watch as the Rays beat up on the Yanks.

Our boys trailed 10-1, then scored twice in the 8th and got a couple more runs in the 9th. The bases were loaded for Lil’ Sori, score 10-5, with 1 out. Those who stayed at the park now had something to cheer about. Jake McGee, the hard-throwing lefty came in the game to face Sori.

First pitch, Sori fouls off a fastball and has a good hack at it. Fouls off another heater, 97 mph. Got to figure, McGee will throw something out of the zone, try to get Sori to chase but he stays with the heater—misses upstairs for a ball and then Sori fouls another off, followed by another high fastball up and out of the zone. The next pitch is 98 and also high. Six pitches, all fastballs. The seventh pitch is also cheddar but this one is low and Sori grounds it to short. He’s fast enough to reach first without the game ending on a double play. Run scores and it’s 10-6 for Chris Stewart who has to wait for the bow-and-arrow man, Fernando Rodney to enter the game.

Stewart grounds out on a 3-2 pitch and the comeback falls short.

Final Score: Rays 10, Yanks 6.


[Picture by Bags]

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1 randym77   ~  Jul 27, 2013 1:06 am

What's wrong with CC?

His xFIP is about the same as it's always been. Has he just been unlucky?

2 Sliced Bread   ~  Jul 27, 2013 6:30 am

I like seeing Soriano back in pinstripes. Always liked him. He's defense is a plus now, too.

3 bp1   ~  Jul 27, 2013 6:59 am

[2] Yep - I agree. I was out last night but taped the pre-game and it was great to see his smiles and hugs to Jeter and Mo. How did he get to be 38 years old?

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