Goodness Gracious.

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I left as soon as they took the lead cause I wanted to watch the last three outs of Jonathan Sanchez’s no hitter. That no hitter is a thousand times more important than a tough loss like this one. We’ll recover. It was nice to be tied for first place, of course, but it’s actually quite possible to lose ballgames.

Yes, my optimism frustrates me too.

I could easily go on here and rant and rant about the awful pitching performance by Chamberlain that makes me wonder if he really should be in the rotation or not or the lack of use of Eric Hinske despite the fact that he wanted to be traded because of lack of use or how we wasted a nice day offensively with sloppy pitching and defense. But I don’t feel that anger. I am truly not an angry person, or not a person who gets angry at a baseball game. It’s funny, because I’ll curse and scream at a video game, but baseball games just do not anger me. They upset me, but after a game, I’m always able to take a deep breath and just forget about it.

Whatever I’m feeling, I bring it straight to you. That’s why they call me the Straight Talk Express! 😀

They don’t really call me that…

The Song of the Day is Common – Universal Mind Control. Warning, it is a whippersnapper hip hop song. I got your back, Julia. xP

Stay positive, Yankee fans.

-EJ the Kid From New York

 

5 comments

  1. juliasrants

    Thank you EJ. Yes, Joba might not be performing up to the standard that the fans wanted, but he’s only 23. Very few players at that age are super stars – don’t you think that Yankees’ fans need to be a little more patient with him?

    Julia
    http://werbiefitz.mlblogs.com/

  2. raysfanboy

    Pitching is finicky, isn’t it? You can be rolling, then the train stops. Same thing happened to the Rays. But in the opposite. They stunk for days, then suddenly rattled off 4 in a row without blinking.

    It’ll come around. Plus, nobody’s running away with this thing yet.
    http://raysfanboy.mlblogs.com/

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