Aaron Small. Last year, all but invincible at 10-0, with a 3.20 era. This year, as you may well know, he’s 0-1 with an era over 8.00. In other words, highly vincible. What happened? Maybe he pissed off Jobu over the winter. More likely, he’s simply regressed to his mean. Whatever the case, the Yanks could use a decent outing from him tonight, as he gets the start (grrr!) in the finale of this early season subway series. We cringe at the thought of more shenanigans from our makeshift defense in the spacious Shea outfield, but hope for the best. On the hill for the Metropolitans: a rejuvenated Tom Glavine, who has posted a Mussina-esque 6-2, 2.43 mark thus far. The jury-rigged Torre lineup will have its work cut out for it. The good news: the roster, sans Sheff, has a career .315 average against Glavine (Jeets: .333, 2 homers, 31 at bats). We hope they bang away enough for a victory. We’ll see. And we’ll be commenting about the action right here. We hope you’ll join in the fray….