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TIT FOR TAT The
2003-06-18 07:57
by Alex Belth
Note: The Bronx Banter blog has moved to bronxbanterblog.com.

TIT FOR TAT

The Yanks rebounded in the night cap last night, and pounded the Rays, 10-2. Boomer Wells pitched his third complete game of the year, and Jason Giambi had three hits. Giambi is starting to look like his old devastating self; he now has 18 HR, and 50 RBI. The Red Sox beat Chicago last night, and the Yanks are now a half a game up on Boston.

Jeff Weaver faced the press after the game, and was his usual grumpy self. I like Weaver, and I hope he can get his head together because he's a talented pitcher, but as Vic Ziegel notes, he's starting to look too much like Andy Hawkins, Eddie Lee Whitson, and Kenny 'the gambler' Rogers.

STILL NUMBER ONE

The night after the dazzling performance by Dontrelle Willis, three Mets pitchers combined to face the minimum 27 batters last night, hurling a one-hitter against the Marlins. It is the third consecutive one-hiter the Metropolitans have been involved in.

How 'bout that?

BOW DOWN TO A PLAYER THAT'S GREATER THAN YOU

The good folks over at ESPN ran a series of articles on the incomperable Albert Pujols yesterday. Don't miss the glowing reviews from Rob Neyer and Alan Schwartz.

Meanwhile, former Yankee Tino Martinez is hearing the boo birds in St. Louie as his performance continues to decline.

NOT FOR NUTHIN

Not only does Godzilla Matsui have the biggest head in recent Yankee history, but he's got the longest earlobes I've ever seen.

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