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Quick Hit: Yankees Lose...

The Yankees lost 7-2 today to the Tampa Bay Rays. At least they didn't get no-hit (like the Mets are getting)!


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13. Mai

True, but I brought up Mr Arrighetti because he is the one pitcher who had the misfortune of giving up homers to Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, and Juan Soto all in the same game.

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Alan B.
Alan B.
11. Mai

I turned this game off when Torres pinch hit for Cabrera but they left Grisham in to hit for himself against a lefty. Really, Grisham batting over Cabrera?

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
11. Mai

Since April 30 (11 games), the Yankees have scored exactly 2 runs six times. Remarkably, they won three of those games. But 9-, 10- and 15-run games notwithstanding, this shows you how bad the Yankee offense is. The pitching has to be near-perfect for them to win like this, and it is not sustainable.

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
12. Mai
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To Spencer Arrighetti (8.44 ERA, 2.016 WHIP), every lineup looks like the '27 Yankees.

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