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Quick Hit: Dropped 2 More in Houston...

It's not "Houston, we have a problem." it's "We have a Houston problem" for the Yankees yet again. A slow start out of the "break"...



Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Jul 22, 2022

Not terrified, just rightfully concerned.

The Astros have been better than the Yankees when they have played against each other. It hasn't been close. The Astros have out played the Yankees face-to-face.

It's possible that the Astros capture home field for the playoffs.

The Yankees have not been able to defeat the Astros in the post season.

I don't think the fanbase will take well to a playoff exit and no World Series in 2022.

It will be interesting how the Yankees approach the trade deadline.

This is a very very good team. But, so are the Astros. And the Astros just might prove over a full season to be the better team.

Jul 22, 2022
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concern is justified.

Houston has yet to be overcome and must be overcome to get where the Yankees wish to go.

the Astros have demonstrated that they are the main rival in the AL and will not be overcome without the best performance from the Yankee pitching staff.


Jul 22, 2022

obvious that the coaching staff was lees worried than the fans.

the coaches seemed to prioritize getting some work for the pitchers returning from injury,

insuring that the position players got some rest.

it annoyed me, terrified our dear doctor.

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