Sunday, May 30, 2010

Indians Beat the Yanks, 'Cause It's Poetic Justice

The Good

Cleveland pitcher David Huff got a standing ovation from the crowd at Yankee Stadium. Bet he wasn't expecting that coming into yesterday's game. We put up eleven runs. That's also worth mentioning. No players were attacked by ninjas, or bears. That should count for something.

The Bad

Sabathia was pretty bad. Five earned runs in 6 innings? That's like, 1 run an inning. He spent half the game shaking off his former favorite catcher in the whole wide world, Francisco Cervelli. I for one am taking Cervelli's side on this one, since Cervelli drove in runs for our team, while Sabathia only drove in runs for theirs.

The Ugly

Our bullpen belongs in 'The Horrendous' section. But we don't have one so 'Ugly' will have to suffice. Robertson, Mitre, and Joba combined to pitch less than one inning and allow seven runs. Wow.

The Sheer Lack of Love for Children

You know, we try to be good people. Pay our taxes. Most of them anyway. Give to charity. But we can't do this alone. The Yankees hit no home runs yesterday, which means no money for the CHF. Thanks a lot Yankees. I hope you're real proud of yourselves.

Posada 6hr = $12
Granderson 2hr = $4
Cano 10hr = $20
Swisher 9hr = $18
Jeter 5hr = $10
Johnson 2hr = $4
Rodriguez 6hr = $12
Teixeira 7hr = $14
Thames 2hr = $4
Gardner 2hr = $4
Winn 1hr = $2
Miranda 2hr = $4
Total = $108

1 comment:

Uncle Mike said...

"No players were attacked by ninjas, or bears." Considering it was the Indians, and it was Joba who had a meltdown, you could add, "...or bugs."

At least we won today, Burnett pitching great, and big hits coming late.