Dear Mr. Hughes,
Yesterday we at the RJG incorrectly reported that you pitched five innings, when indeed you had pitched six innings. It's not that I was purposely trying to misrepresent your accomplishment, it's just that I misread the box score. Had someone in the Yankees front office alerted me about yesterday's series finale being a day game, maybe this wouldn't have happened. Or maybe, just maybe, if you were man enough to sit through a long half inning and still be able to pitch this never would have happened. Then you might have thrown seven innings, and it is much harder to confuse seven with five than it is six with five, being as the latter two symbols are more similar in the Arabic number system. I guess we can both agree that it's a good thing the Offense didn't give you a nine run lead in the second, in which case you would've had a very short day and I would've been writing about Mitre instead. So do accept my sincerest apologies for our mistake.