Dear Yankee Hitters,
Let us know when you plan to show up for work.
Seriously, "Go Screw." You couldn't have dropped 10 f-bombs there, too?
If this shit continues, I'm going to start doing my "wishing" people dead thing that never works.
A note addressed to "Yankee Hitters" goes straight to the dead-letter office because there's no such thing.
But I agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment.
At least our new stopper goes today.
It's a Nuno afternooner.
It's become painful to watch them at the plate. Wasting great pitching is a travesty.
Half the hits yesterday came from a 40 year old who's retiring after the season.
If this team falls well under .500 before the reading deadline, they should be sellers by then. There's no reason to believe good pitching will propel them to a playoff spot unless that good pitching consistently produces shutouts. They could have been well over .500 if the bats were hitting to expectations, but hey... If the O doesn't make a dramatic comeback by the break, what makes anyone think it will at all? Time to send the Score Truck the shop and admit this a rebuilding process; Hal and Cashman bought a big lemon...
What's worse is listening to Michael Kay tell us the same thing about each hitter each time they come to the plate.
I follow the games on my phone or computer.
Today's lineup is the nadir.
Scranton has a double header today. I guess they didn't want to disrupt them.
 Dude, there's a reading deadline???
I better get moving.
 Hey Alex, turn off the audio. Since I don't get YES, I watch MLB; at least the announcers are the out of towners half the time. I'll even listen to the audio feed from the out of town network (although that does opresent some timing issues).
Just don't get why Kay is still there.
But let's go Yank-ees!
they scored a run!
12) Game thread now posted above.
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