Yanks Gamers/Postmortems

Chien-Ming Wang, Your Start Is Calling: Yanks-O’s Gamer II

One of the most anticipated events for me this season was the return of Chien-Ming Wang to the bump. I won’t bore you with details, but this makes gerbil very happy.

Lineups follow, comment away.

NY Yankees
D. Jeter ss .600
J. Damon lf .667
M. Teixeira 1b .000
H. Matsui dh .200
J. Posada c .333
R. Cano 2b .333
X. Nady rf .250
C. Ransom 3b .000
B. Gardner cf .333
C. Wang NA
B. Roberts 2b .750
A. Jones cf 1.000
N. Markakis rf .500
A. Huff 1b .200
M. Mora 3b .333
L. Scott dh .000
F. Pie lf .000
G. Zaun c .250
C. Izturis ss .500
K. Uehara NA

22 replies on “Chien-Ming Wang, Your Start Is Calling: Yanks-O’s Gamer II”

I don’t know who this Uehara guy is, but his breakdown is awful – 8 strikes, 9 balls, and yet the Yanks are not doing anything.

Wang is so boring, I have no idea why this makes you excited Gerb. Honestly, he might be the most boring pitcher around.

> I have no idea why this makes you excited Gerb.
Partially because he’s so frustrating to everyone who tries to analyze him, but mostly it’s because of the Asian brotherhood!

> I just find him dull.
I prefer “workman-like”. Maybe “unflappable.”
Better than fist pumps on strikeouts and step-dancing with a cardboard beer case on his head?

Do you find it as enjoyable as we find this version of Jon Lester? Let us bask in our mutually delicious schadenfreude, SF.

No panic yet. The SP isnt gonna be like this all season and the bats came alive which was nice to see.
At least the Lester and the Sox got lit up. Im sure they arent panicking up there nor should we….

As much as I love my Birds, let’s not get too excited. There are still a lot of kinks to get worked out and trust me, I’m sure the usual All-Star Break meltdown will happen this season.

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