Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Yankees 60-41 1 GB


Not that I'm worried. After all, I predicted a 1-2 finish for the Yanks and Sox back in April. Plus, the Yankees were kind enough to make their annual folly -- emptying the farm system and taking on payroll at the trade deadline. They gave up prospects (who knew there were any left) for Bobby Abreu (.228 career BA at Fenway) and Cory Lidle (6.49 ERA in 13 career games vs the Sox), and trading Shawn Chacon for Craig Wilson formerly of the Pirates.

And I thought pitching won championships.

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Anonymous Sebastian Dangerfield said...

Here,here; well said, my good man.

August 01, 2006  

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