FIRST ENTRY June 20
Yankees: They're on a roll, man. 5 1/2 games back, man. 7 game winning streak! Joba has been really stepping up for the team lately. Got tickets for July 3rd Boston Yanky game!!!!
Mets: HAHAHAHAHA! The Mets are the laughing stock of the Sports cyberspace. Willie fired, Jose out of the game, Jerry takes over, Wagner still in denile and still has his patriots hat on. Mets are in the pit of insanity. Mets fans are getting out the tapes
Since my first blog about the Yankees, they have been red-hot. They have won seven games in a row and their pitching has been lights out. During this streak, they have outscored opponents 45-12 and in five of those seven games, the pitching staff only gave up one run or less. They had consecutive shutouts for the first time since May of 2005. They have equaled the amount of shutouts they threw last season with five, before the All-Star Break. they are now currently seven games over .500 and just
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After my previous blog post, perhaps the Yankees got fired up a bit. They easily dealt with the Houston Astros, winning 13-0 yesterday, 8-4 on Saturday, and 2-1 on Friday. It's their first sweep since May 23-25 against the Seattle Mariners. That's exactly how they should be playing. They have a series against the San Diego Padres today, and they need to continue that same dominance against them as they had against Houston.
Big things were expected from the Yankees coming into this year. Especially after firing their legendary skipper Joe Torre and signing big contracts to seasoned player like Andy Pettitte and Jorge Posada, and not to mention giving about 30 million dollars to Alex Rodriguez after he opted out for a couple of days. Yet, the Yankees are sitting right at .500 and tied for third place in the American League East division.
Jorge Posada, who was given a 4 year, $52 million contract. On April