Wednesday, September 12, 2012

The Bats Are Not Coming To Life

The Good

Jeter's 2 run double gave the Yankees some hope, and Swisher's 2-5 night helped break him out of his slump.

The Bad

Besides the aforementioned players, the Yankees continued to pay their membership dues to the Dead Bats Society.  We have not seen this many dead bats since the Bat Flu epidemic of 1979.

The Ugly

A walk off win by the Red Sox on a night that we so badly needed a win falls into the ugly category.  But even more ugly are the 21 players the Yankees left on base yesterday.  21! 

But Did the Children Benefit?

No they did not.  $0 has gone towards helping fight the bat flu epidemic ravaging children across the globe.

Raul Ibanez 15hr = $30
Nick Swisher 20hr = $40
Andruw Jones 13hr = $26
Derek Jeter 15hr = $30
Curtis Granderson 35hr = $70
Alex Rodriguez 17hr = $34
Robinson Cano 29hr = $58
Mark Teixeira 23hr = $46
Eric Chavez 13hr = $26
Russell Martin 16hr = $32
Jayson Nix 5hr = $10
Dewayne Wise 3hr = $6
Chris Stewart 1hr = $2
Ichiro Suzuki 3hr = $6
Casey McGehee 1hr = $2
Steve Pearce 1hr = $2   Total 210 hr = $420


Rich Mahogany said...

Granderon's bat came back to life again! In other news, Granderson is going to have the most disappointing 40 HR season in Yankee history.

Fernando Alejandro said...

Its like the spirit of Adam Dunn has settled on Granderson!

Rob B said...

"Its like the spirit of Adam Dunn has settled on Granderson!"

That must be why he is suffering from the oblique injury. Must have been the exit point.