Let me cut to the chase.
— Kate Conroy (@LadyLovesPins) April 3, 2014
Honestly, who knew being only two games into a baseball season could be so painful?
Both games were so excruciating to watch that I am starting to question how I will make it through the remaining 160 games.
Call me dramatic, but I am having a tough time grasping with the fact that the Astros could very well sweep the Yankees to start the 2014 season.
As you can imagine, Yankees fans went hog-wild via Twitter postgame, so here are some tweets to give you an idea of how ugly it got.
— NOT SportsCenter (@NOTSportsCenter) April 3, 2014
I'm sure when they saw they were starting the season in Houston, @Yankees fans didn't think they would use the phrase "try to avoid a sweep"
— Sully Baseball (@sullybaseball) April 3, 2014
Yankees drop 2nd game of the season, 3-1 to the Astros. With how tough the AL East should be this year, these are bad losses.
— Daniel Barbarisi (@DanBarbarisi) April 3, 2014
I was so excited for the Yankees to start, then these dudes lose two straight to the Astros
Can we just take a second to realize the Yankees lost to the Astros
— Ryan (@The_RyanKennedy) April 3, 2014
Red sox won and the Yankees lost I can officially say today was a good day.
— Tim Becker (@_TimBecker) April 3, 2014
— ScoreCube App (@ScoreCubeApp) April 3, 2014
— James T. Rolls, PGA (@rollz19) April 3, 2014
The Yankees know that April Fools is over right?
— Cole Wixon (@Wix_Khalifa2) April 3, 2014
The yankees shouldnt have gotten rid of cano
— Alex Robert Friedman (@AFriedz31) April 3, 2014
— Zakariah (@realsportgeek) April 3, 2014
Familiar story: Lack of run support spoils Kuroda’s strong start http://t.co/SEutn8FOhd
— Lohud Yankees Blog (@LoHudYankees) April 3, 2014
"Yankees Universe blew the roof off Twitter after losing to Astros again",