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Anyone got anything good to say?
Friday Night: Texas 5, Yanks 3.
Saturday Afternoon: Texas 10, Yanks 2.
The thing is that Tino is playing too much. When he was signed i thought it was a good signing in mind that he would play on occasion. But he has been all but an everyday player and that isn't very good.
Giambi isn't doing so well. I'd cut him some slack yet but he is mostly a hole in that lineup. Womack is frustrating but doing better than both Giambi and Tino.
Brown and Wright seem beyond repair. Whatever happened to that Leiber guy? (Geesh.)
1) Jeter's walking.
2) The bullpen was looking decent until today.
3) Wang will get his chance.
4) RJ goes tomorrow.
Too many to count. Did anyone see that Wright said that he felt something before the game and during the 2nd inning. Why didn't he say something and come out earlier? What a buffoon. Lets just hope his injury isn't serious.
If these pitchers don't change speeds effectively (and they don't), how come it only really affects them once they don pinstripes?
Also, here's a question I'll pose for anyone interested. Who would you rather see go off into a happy, fulfilled retirement: Mel, Brown, or Kay?
Thanks - and I do recall that whole ordeal with Pettitte "tipping" his pitches. It's just hard to believe that Mel would be so intractable about his misguided and outdated pitching philosophy.
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