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Quick Hit: Pain.

Yanks lost 11-3. One more loss to a .500 record on the year. Two more for under .500. Two more games against the Braves incoming.



Mary Polizzi
Mary Polizzi
Aug 15, 2023

Let's hope the rest of the season goes the way the last two games have.

Nothing will happen, of course, with an owner who is afraid of firing people, but we'll have the satisfaction of being right and we won't have to care about this team.

Vote with your feet. Do not support this team financially or otherwise.


Alan B.
Alan B.
Aug 15, 2023

Cutting the dead wood and playing for 2024 has got to start TOMORROW! I'm not just talking the manager or a player here or there. I'm talking coaches, players OFF the 40 man (and active roster) roster. I'd even have to consider sitting Judge the rest of the year, and get that toe fixed before September 15. But I'd also get rid of front office people, medical people, & minor league coaches. If Cashman doesn't want to radically change all his different processes, then good bye.

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