Categories Uncategorized The Texas Offense In the New Yankee Stadium? Sheesh: Rangers-Yankees Gamer Post author By Paul SF Post date June 2, 2009 36 Comments on The Texas Offense In the New Yankee Stadium? Sheesh: Rangers-Yankees Gamer Here you go, Yankee fans. Enjoy! ← In Which Piglet Gets Knocked Out in the Second : Sox-Tigers Gamer I → Shifting Sentiments 36 replies on “The Texas Offense In the New Yankee Stadium? Sheesh: Rangers-Yankees Gamer” As soon as the gamer came up, Cruz hit a 3 run jack. Looks like it would’ve been nice if ARod drove in a few.. 5 straight getting on. Ack. Lar, this game is going to be a football score by the end of the night. I’m guessing 14-12, Rangers. Davis sends one to the warning track. Wow. we suck. nice job aj. not. we should already have at least 5 runs if it weren’t for the rally killers. nary a whisper from the bats. game. dickhole drills a ranger in the ass. jorge can’t throw out my grandmother…chucks it into cf. 3rd and 1 out. game over. great catch melky…now hit please. johnny. 3-3 teixeira drilled. again. words are exchanged. teixeira completely destroys the second baseman to stay out of the double play and score the go ahead run. awesome. 4-3 good guys. cano. 5-3. hip hip…6-3! GODZILLA BLAST!!! 9-3!!! so…who is aj going to blast i wonder? someone must pay. just chucked it over the dudes head. he hit the deck hard. awesome. don’t f-ck with us. K’s the same dude. sublime. Jeez, neither pitcher gets the inside of the plate. Burnett may be able to survive that, but I’m not so sure about the Texas relievers. Should see some great Pythag correction for the Yankees here. aj settles into the 6 run lead nicely. captain clutch is 3 for 3. $$$ This team is awesome. Okay guys, I said the Rangers would win 14-12. The Yanks have met their part of the deal; time for the Yanks bullpen to give up 11 runs. best record in the al. nice. Well Fenway has actually passed New Yankee Stadium this year for Runs allowed in Park effect: http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/stats/parkfactor And both are still well behind Rangers Ballpark, so no real reason to think the Rangers offense will be putting up football scores here. Yankees stadium is also far-and-away the leader in homeruns, and the Rangers/Yankees are #1 and #2 in MLB in homeruns. Of course, it helps that the Yankees are the best offensive team in the game even without the help of the stadium. I wonder how many HRs would be hit if Oakland were playing there? Probably 125, Andrew ;-) Orlando Cabrera alone would have 20! I refuse to take the Rangers seriously. I agree. They’ve played a lot of their games against the slop of the league. They’re 16-3 against Oakland, Seattle, Houston and Cleveland, 14-18 against everyone else. It’ll be interesting to see how they do against the Red Sox. The AL looks horrendous this season, with the exception of, what do you know, the four top AL East teams. Winning this division is going to be a very impressive feat for whoever can do it. The Rangers, as usual, are half of a team: great offense, zero pitching. They may be holding onto first place right now, but their lack of pitching is going to keep them from being a serious contender. As a Rangers fan I can tell you that this is how it’s been every year since like 1993. Huh? Rangers fan? I lived in Dallas (mansfield/arlington, specifically) until I was 13 Krueg. Although the Rangers have a good record, it’s just difficult to take the Ragers seriously. Are they going to tank again once the summer heats up? Time will tell & I hope that you won’t stop supporting your team!!! Just read about them here: http://www.rangerszone.com 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.