Yankees ace CC Sabathia lead the team in the 4-2 win over the last place team in the AL West.
Arod sealed the deal with a two run a-bomb. It was really in the bottom of the 8th inning, not the 9th inning but who really cares. Arod doesn’t seem to think it mattered, and he was right.
Over the July 4th weekend (Happy Birthday America!) the Yankees face the Toronto Blue Jays. The Blue Jays are the team that is known for starting out hot, but always find there way back to fourth place in the AL East.
The Blue Jays can play baseball and proved it for over two months without Roy Halladay. Toronto just offers no fan support.
They play in a stadium that only fills when the Red Sox or Yankees are in town. It doesn’t motivate when a team goes into a slump. There is no booing or heckling from 30-40,000 fans to encourage players to want to turn things around.
That is the only excuse left for the Blue Jays. Fans are essential and that is consistently what the Blue Jays don’t have.
Ironically, the Yankees latest problem is ex-Blue Jay AJ Burnett, who will open up the series in the Bronx. Continue reading ‘Pitching Drama Of The Week AJ Burnett Vs Brett Cecil’ »