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  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 6:50 PM on July 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yankees Drop Opener to Maddons 3-2 

    Phil only made one mistake and it was a big one. He’s young and when be has more confidence, he throws the curve to 9th place hitter Matt Joyce instead of that fast ball that drifted over the plate.

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  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 10:14 AM on July 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yankees 11 Tribe 4 

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    This was such an ugly game that I really don’t feel like writing much. Moseley looked good after a slow start and A-Rod is still at 599.

    The game wrap up is by Chad Jennings from our friends at LoHud:

    A two-out, seven-run rally in the seventh inning made tonight’s series finale a blowout. It ended as an 11-4 Yankees win that was in such little doubt, Marcus Thames played third base in the ninth inning. But for six innings, it was a close one, and Dustin Moseley allowed one run through six innings for a much-deserved win in his first spot start of the season. Alex Rodriguez led the Yankees with three RBI, but he’s now gone a week without hitting home run No. 600. And in case you’re wondering, Thames had never played third base in his professional career. Not even in rookie ball.

     
  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 1:17 AM on July 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yankees 8 Tribe 0 

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    I’m not going to be a *Mush. AJ was great. AJ will continue to be great.

    Tonight he pitched 6.1 shutout innings on 7 hits with 7 K. A_Rod still on 599 but he’s hitting and the Yankees are winning so that is the important thing. Five Yankees had two hits with Robbie hitting a HR and Grandy getting a triple. Man, they pounded Carmona. Good game. Tomorrow Moseley goes tomorrow for the series win.

    *Mush – A mush is someone who brings bad luck to someone who is winning.

     
  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 9:10 PM on July 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Big Surprise… Rookie Making First Start Beats Yankees 

    I’m too pissed to post (pissed to post?) so I will leave you with this quote from Chad Jennings at LoHud:

    The Yankees have lost each of their past six games when facing a starting pitcher making his major league debut. The only other debut they saw this season was Jake Arrieta in Baltimore. That was a 4-3 loss.

    Damn it!

     
  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 5:19 PM on July 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    What a surprise! A rookie (making his ML debut no less) pitching a shutout against the Yankees in the 5th inning. How the f**k is this possible?

     
  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 11:58 PM on July 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yankees 3 Tribe 2 

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    Javy pitched a great game tonight giving up 2 runs on 5 hits. Hard to believe he’s the same pitcher from two months ago. Still no HR for A-Rod but Grandy hit another tonight to provide the winning margin in a very good ballgame. The umps missed two calls favoring the Yanks so it turned out well. Swish provided the other run on a solo HR.

    Nice to see Robertson in the eighth inning and even though Joe insisted it was match ups and not to read anything in Joba not coming in, I’m not so sure. Logan and Mo closed it out for the win. Nice game.

     
  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 5:45 PM on July 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Hero Officer Emerges From Coma With Two Words: Derek Jeter 

    This is why I love the Yankees and my favorite player, Derek Jeter. I couldn’t embed it but click on the picture to see the video.

    WPIX

     
  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 1:18 AM on July 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yankees 12 Royals 6 

    Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

    Grandy powered the Yankees with two home runs today to back Phil Hughes rain shortened outing. He still needs to work on location after giving up a couple of home runs. Logan pitched 1.2 scoreless innings and then FB (see the previous post) proceeded to be all insecure and shit. Ship his ass to AAA. The Captain went 3 for 4 and looks like he’s back on track. A-Rod was pressing for 600 but he still went 2 for 4 and luckily avoided serious injury with that plunking. It’s off to the mistake by the lake… LeBronsville.

     
  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 3:29 PM on July 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Fat Bastard 

    I am really tired of Joba’s attitude this year. No intimidation. Only tentativeness. If Doc Halladay can be sent to AA, this fat bastard can go to AAA for an attitude adjustment.

     
  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 4:42 PM on July 24, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    ¡Mitre Tienes Nada! 

    Ok, I get that Mitre just got off the DL and was rusty but seven runs and seven hits in 4 1/3 is not going to do it. Tex is looking good lately and we go for the series win tomorrow. Damn it!

     
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