Categories Uncategorized Rise from the Dead Post author By YF Post date April 29, 2009 12 Comments on Rise from the Dead Our Franchise Savior returns. Phil Hughes last night: 6ip, 2h, 0r, 2bb, 6k, and the end of one ugly losing streak. Add in a grand slam for Jose Molina and there's no question something miraculously divine was happening. Hallelujah. ← Reflection: Yanks/Tigers Gamer II → Reverse Jinx, Exemplified 12 replies on “Rise from the Dead” AMEN Praise the Lord. Was Jesus placed on the infinite-day DL with a shoulder injury after rising from the dead? This explains so much! I felt the same way after Clay’s no hitter. It’s amazing what good pitching can do. And scoring 10 runs in an inning. TURNING POINT!! TURNING POINT!!! You guys are so predictable. ;-) Science be praised!!! Lucky for me too…I didn’t have to draw the warm bath last night! Science damn you, Krueg! “TURNING POINT!! TURNING POINT!!!” Yes I agree turning point. Mark my words the yanks play .800 ball from here on out. Lazarus Chamberlain takes the hill tonight for the Yankees. “Mark my words the yanks play .800 ball from here on out” It is entirely plausible they can win four out of five this week, you are correct. Turning point, savior or otherwise Hughes was dominant and showed pin point control of his fastball and curveball, all while being squeezed. One game is one game, but it was very nice to see Phil pitch as well as he did. Molina, Melky and Ramiro Pena bringing up the rear in last night’s game and they still found a way to win. Say what you’d like about Melky’s recent luke warm streak,that’s 3 non-threatening bats in the lineup at once. I’d never thought I would be drooling the way I am now for Alex to get back to this lineup. Leave a ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.