Sunday, June 21, 2009

.500, Here we Come!

After losing two of three to the worst team in baseball, two of three to the Marlins, and the entire season series to the Red Sox, I think it's safe to say the Yankees are close to play .500 ball.

Now if they were a garbage team, this would be good news. However, they are not a garbage team so this is bad news.

I guess it does help to be garbage if your pitching staff with the names of Sabathia and Burnett are one of the worst in baseball. Although I do have to give Burnett some credit. He had a very good game yesterday, but the offense was still sitting somewhere in CitiField when they scored nine runs off Santana.


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