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Now Batting, Number One: Mother Nature: Yanks-O’s Gamer III

Rain Delay.  If/when we get back to the action, it will be Jeter leading off against Jake Arrieta, while C.C. gets the rock for the Bombers.  Comment away.

NY Yankees
D. Jeter ss .391
C. Granderson cf .150
R. Cano 2b .304
A. Rodriguez 3b .158
M. Teixeira 1b .150
N. Swisher rf .211
R. Ibanez dh .250
R. Martin c .167
B. Gardner lf .385
C. Sabathia 7.50
 
Baltimore
N. Reimold lf .250
J.J. Hardy ss .143
N. Markakis rf .294
A. Jones cf .316
M. Wieters c .353
M. Reynolds 3b .143
R. Paulino dh 1.000
W. Betemit 1b .273
R. Andino 2b .333
J. Arrieta 0.00

71 replies on “Now Batting, Number One: Mother Nature: Yanks-O’s Gamer III”

Cano fouls out.
You have got to be fucking kidding me.
Bases loaded.
No outs.
1 fucking run. With our top 3 hitters up.
Fucking pathetic.

Just got to my new hotel and cannot watch mlb.com via this internet connection. NOOOOOOOOO! And I’ll be here a whole week. crying…had to follow Swisher’s lack of clutch via espn gamecast. Blech. Nice that our ace couldn’t hold the O’s down.

RIDICULOUS RUNNING PLAY by the BEST 2nd baseman in MLB….
Runs it down over the middle, does a jumping/spin throw over his shoulder to Tex.
OUT.
The was an amazing play.

From the Post:
“Entering last night’s action, the 2012 Yankees had 10 hits in 53 at-bats with runners in scoring position. Their 4-for-10 showing last night raised that mark to 14-for-63, a .222 batting average. Still pretty lousy, but trending upward.”
Lousy is the understatement of the century thus far.

Really nice first pitch ceremony for Hip Hip.
I may not have liked you that much Jorge, but you were a true Yankee and a 5-time Champion.
Great career dude.

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