The bats are alive. The Yankees looked average. Joe’s blood pressure is way down. The contrast between Jeff Neimann and James Shields today was so glaring in their back-to-back starts against the Yankees. It was on Joe’s mind all game. Shields, who’s easily got 80 or 90 career starts on [...]
Archive for July 17th, 2010
[THE HANGOVER] The One Where We Discuss Balfour’s New Giddy-Up, Not-So-Big Game James And Upton’s Latest Screw-Up
The GBT – The Good, The Bad and The Telling sandwich, where The Bad is nice and lean and the The Telling is ripe. THE GOOD: The Offense. If you asked us before the game if we would take 4 runs in a game that both CC Sabathia and Mariano [...]
In this important public service message from Clearwater injury attorney Matt Dolman, of Dolman Law Group, he explains how you can go 100 yards or more in four seconds without even looking. This is meant to scare you — in a good way.
At least the Rays can rest easily knowing they didn’t give their best yet still pushed the Yankees to walk-off heroics. Sean Rodriguez was home with a wet-vac (one of the most pathetic absences in baseball history). Rafael Soriano never took his jacket off with the game tied and on [...]