From time to time, no matter how hard they try, established sports writers will author something dumb. It happens. But when it does, and you write for Fox Sports or ESPN, we at the RJG like to call you out. We've done it to Ken Rosenthal several times, and I always email him a copy of the post for his enjoyment. Today, however, Ken gets a rest. Instead, we would like to turn our attention to Bob Klapisch who wrote this gem of a piece after the Yankees lost game 5. The best quote of the article?
"But you couldn't shake the feeling that something about this Series had changed at Citizens Bank Park on Monday, and Pettitte, working on three days' rest, will be under duress."
Good call Bob. Why you thought that winning two out of three games in Philadelphia was anything short of a huge victory and benefit for the Yankees is beyond me. I scoffed when I read it, but I thought that now, as the Yankees celebrate their parade in New York City, would be a good time to bring it up. Cheers Bob!