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Game #108: New York (70-37) vs St Louis (58-48)

Odd Men Out: Rizzo (back?), Benintendi, and Trevino.

Locastro gets start in CF.

Carpenter only lefty to face Monty tonight.

NYY lineup looks short and weak.

Anyone want to bet St Louis scores more runs for Monty than the Yankees did?



LeMahieu (1B) -- .287 (140)

Judge (RF) -- .300 (194)

Donaldson (3B) -- .223 (98)

Torres (2B) -- .254 (116)

Carpenter (DH) -- .325 (235)

Hicks (LF) -- .221 (95)

Kiner-Falefa (SS) -- .276 (84)

Locastro (CF) -- .240 (129)

Higashioka (C) -- .197 (68)

German (P)-- 1-1, 6.39



Carlson (CF) -- .244

Gorman (2B) -- .236

Goldschmidt (1B) -- .330

Arenado (3B) -- .296

O'Neill (LF) -- .234

Nootbarr (RF) --.223

DeJong (SS) -- .146

Molina (C) -- .211

Dickerson (DH) -- .223

Montgomery (P) -- 3-3, 3.69


Game on FOX



Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Aug 07, 2022

Heard a lot:

"The Yankee offense is so great."

"Monty is such a bad pitcher."


(I know it's only one game, but...)

The Mighty Yankees were once on pace to win 120 Games.

Then it was "They won't set the record for wins, but they have the best record in MLB."

Then it was "They still have the best record in the AL."

Now, the Astros are on their heels...

The Yankees are 6-10 since the All-Star Game.

14-18 since June 30.

Does this feel like a World Series team or does this feel like the Yankees we've lived with (and been disappointed with) since 2018 began?


Philip Cashier
Philip Cashier
Aug 07, 2022

Chat at y'all tomorrow afternoon.


Aug 07, 2022

This game was not only disappointing but boring. Well at least the Astros lost too.


Philip Cashier
Philip Cashier
Aug 07, 2022

Lack luster!


Aug 07, 2022

Gleyber would swing at the rosin bag if the pitcher threw it.

Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Aug 07, 2022
Replying to

He didn't even run out the dropped third strike...

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