Waiting For Batsmen: Yanks-O’s Gamer II

Where can we find some hits? It’s a Zen thing, like how many babies fit inside a tire.
C.C. goes to the mound to try and halt the Yankees’ skid. The tepid NY bats face Jeremy Guthrie. Lineups follow, comment away.

New York Yankees
D. Jeter ss .296
N. Johnson dh .135
M. Teixeira 1b .129
A. Rodriguez 3b .274
R. Cano 2b .389
J. Posada c .316
C. Granderson cf .231
N. Swisher rf .258
B. Gardner lf .296
C. Sabathia 3.00
 
Baltimore Orioles
A. Jones cf .211
N. Markakis rf .263
T. Wigginton 2b .327
M. Tejada 3b .266
M. Wieters c .314
G. Atkins 1b .220
N. Reimold dh .196
L. Montanez lf .167
C. Izturis ss .259
J. Guthrie 3.46
2 comments… add one
  • 13-7 with only 6 home games? Yeah, I’ll take that! Crazy to think how good this team will be once Sloth, A-Rod and Tex start hitting…
    But damn, the Rays are good. 97 or 98 wins may not be enough to make the playoffs out of the East this year. So few games to toss away in the early going…

    Paul from Waltham April 28, 2010, 10:48 pm
  • The Rays are our bitch…no need to worry.
    The Yankees rolling along early is bad news for the American League I think.

    krueg April 29, 2010, 12:11 am

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