Saturday, September 3, 2011

Yanks Take First Two From Jays

The Good

Nova gave us another strong outing, earning his 15th win of the season. While Colon's outing was not as strong, he kept us in the game and the Yanks offense came through. The bullpen has not allowed any runs in the last two games, a major league record.

The Bad

Falsifying statistics is bad, and I'm pretty sure I just did that. I could apologize for doing so and move on, but instead I'm going to deny it before Congress, helping them waste taxpayer dollars on pointless hearings. Then I'm going to make the federal government try me on criminal charges in federal court, thus wasting more taxpayer dollars. Then I'm going to make them house and feed me for however long my sentence is, wasting additional taxpayer dollars. That's how I roll.

The Ugly

We've won three in a row, let's try to keep things positive.


Gardner and Cervelli each had one home run. Gardner hit his yesterday, so it doesn't matter anymore. Cervelli, on the other hand, hit his today, so he's a hero. $4 more for the kids.

Mark Teixeira 35hr = $70
Curtis Granderson 38hr = $76
Russell Martin 17hr = $34
Alex Rodriguez 14hr = $28
Jorge Posada 12hr = $24
Robinson Cano 23hr = $46
Andruw Jones 11hr = $22
Brett Gardner 6hr = $12
Nick Swisher 21hr = $42
Derek Jeter 4hr = $8
Francisco Cervelli 3hr = $6
Eduardo Nunez 4hr = $8
Ramiro Pena 1hr = $2
Eric Chavez 1hr = $2
Total = $380


Anonymous said...

Life is good.:)

Fernando Alejandro said...

Yeah, we've been starting to get some good production out of Gardner and Cervelli of late. Gardnes had been in a rut up until this last week or so.