It is easy to criticize and often I do. I turned on MLB on Sirius in my car and heard former Cardinal player, Mike Shannon, broadcast a game. Unfortunately, I have nothing positive to say. Mike has a drawl and lowers his voice so I could not understand him. He rambled on and on. The worst was when he said regarding a Yankee player “The Lefty Is Up.” I am glad to listen to John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman broadcast Yankees game on the radio in NY. EDB
I have reporting this back to The Sport’s Reporters, where I came from. Today The Yankees cut
Chance Adams, who will never pitch in the Yankees rotation and
Danny Farquhar, who I am happy has made it back to Baseball. Farquhar needs more time. When healthy, he was never that good. Still I applaud The Yankees for giving him a shot.
Luis Cessa. This is where he belongs on The bench, but for Scranton;
Domingo German, who belongs in Scranton and finally
Johnathan Loaisigna, who The Yankees claim has great stuff, but poor results. Last evening, Loaisigna gave up six runs to the awful Oriole’s lineup. He also belongs in Scranton. The Yankees are down two starting pitchers. The Yankees do not develop starters. Who is been in charge of The Yankees all these years EDB. Why no other than:
Renowned Psychiatrist, Mel Blanc, has this to say to Yankees Fans. The Yankees can make many moves that TRIGGER and that is the key word, and cause depression among their fans. You know who you are. Be aware of such signs.
If A. Cesspool makes the Yankees team; B. makes the Yankee rotation for April: C. pitches in a game and D. gives you the usual 3 innings, five runs.
If Tyler “No Can Hit” Wade makes The Yankee Team; B. Gets to play in a game; C. comes up with the bases loaded and less then two outs or man on third with less than two outs and D.
Cessa had a great night, tossing four scoreless innings with four strikeouts. He gave up just one hit—a single—and didn’t walk a batter. Good for him. It’d be nice to see Loaisiga and German follow suit.
C’mon Caitlin, he pitched well against The hapless Orioles. By the way
Sonny Boy, pitched two scoreless innings. You are living in
Mel: Many Yankees fans, one in particular have named you “Cheapskate Hal.”
Hal: I know and I do not like it.
Mel: The Yankees got knocked out of the playoffs in 2018, by their main nemesis, The Boston Red Sox. We all know The team won 100 games in 2018. We know the Yankees have lots of young talent. You passed on two superstar free agents, Merchado and Harper. I won’t ask you the reasoning behind that, Hal. You are in dire need of starting pitching. Would you consider Kuechel or Gonzalez?
Hal: First of all Me, we have a large payroll.
Mel: Hal, you can afford to spend more money.
Hal: That’s where you are wrong Mel. The Yankees have many expenses:
Sonny Gray, in camp with The Reds, had this to say on The Yankees:
“They had me throw more breaking balls than I ever had before,” Gray said of New York.
It’s just they had him throwing the wrong breaking ball.
“I can’t command my slider that well,” the new Reds starter admitted. “I want to throw my slider in the dirt with two strikes, and that’s about it. I don’t have that type of slider, like (Masahiro) Tanaka’s slider. His slider, the catcher will catch it, and the batter will swing and miss. If I get a swing and miss, the catcher is blocking it in the dirt. When I try to throw sliders for a strike, I get around it and it’s just a (s—-y) spinning pitch. I don’t know how people throw sliders for strikes that are still tight, good pitches. I’m at 2-0 and I’m throwing a slider, and either I’m throwing a (s—–y) slider in the zone, or I’m yanking it into the dirt and it’s 3-0 and I’m screwed either way.
“They love sliders,” he said of the Yankees. “Sliders are a great pitch. The numbers say slider is a good pitch, but you might not realize how many (s—-y) counts you’re getting in while throwing all those sliders. They wanted me to be Tanaka and I’m way different from him.”
So, let me get this striaght, Sonny. When you pitched against The Red Sox on a Saturday night in 2018, you got the first two outs, loaded the bases and then gave up a grand slam to Devers, that was The Yankees fault. You horrendous E.R.A. agains The Yankees cheap nemesis,w as awful. That was The Yankees fault. T+Your awful record at Yankee Stadium, was The Yankees fault. I am glad you set us striaght. No, Sonny, you were your lack of guts on your sleeve. You did not have the