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1 Too Many Runs DMC

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Not much  to  report, Drew Pomeranz showed the Yanks why every team looking for young pitching wants him back in a trade, and the lowly Padres just  took their series with the Yanks by wining the first  2 games, last night was sort of a shocker,  a 2-1 walk off win against Andy Miller

The Yanks played it to  their strength, Nova was good enough or the Padres are bad enough offensively to allow Nova to work 5.1 innings, 4 hits, 1 run, 7 K’s..

Psycho Joe yanked him in favor of Betances in the 6th and D-Bet allowed the inherited Nova  run to  score tying the game at 1-1

Miller pitched a shaky 8th, then on his first pitch  in the 9th, Melvin BJ Upton ended it with a walk off Tater.. So much  for the Yanks owning an  advantage in the bull pen  competition

We keep  saying, the longer CashMan waits the lower the trade value becomes on theses guys…Then again Brillo Levine isn’t trading anybody, the Yanks never give up…  We’ll  see how that  works out for the now 39 and 41 NY Yankees

Yanks remain 8 games out of first place, and are now 4 games out of a Wild Card play in game.. Looking forward to Chad Green today, maybe it’ll create a 6 man rotation moving forward

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Written by Sal

July 3, 2016 at 8:32 am

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  1. “Looking forward to a Chad Green start”
    This is what we are reduced to in July ??


    July 3, 2016 at 11:09 am

  2. Things certainly have not gone as planned so far. After 2 walk off wins vs the Rangers,everyone thought they would do well vs the Padres. MKay predicted Chase Headley would have a “monster series”. Or not.
    Just another reason to hate interleague play. As Phil Leotardo said,”fkn nauseating’!!!!!!!!!!!


    July 3, 2016 at 1:48 pm

  3. After the Yanks took the lead 1-0, I felt so good about them stealing one. I was on my 2nd splif when Melvin (BJ) went yard. A total shockeroo! Coughed my guts out inhaling when he connected. Jeez! When you’re going bad… And another thing. This was/is going to be Hick’s big chance to show them what he can do. He’s spittin’ the bit, as George liked to say. A great all-around athlete who hasn’t been able to translate it into production. I think they’re losing patience with him. They might know all they want to by now.


    July 3, 2016 at 3:05 pm

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