Still Baron wrote:What a shitshow that ballgame was yesterday! Morton throws pretty well but the Yanks get a bunch of niggling hits and two of the most chickenshit home runs I’ve ever seen (we won’t comment on Will Harris’s inexplicable decision to shake off Gattis and throw Judge some grade A cheese, up and in ... or, for that matter, the fleet footed Maybin’s decision to give up on an eminently playable pop up). And CC Sabathia didn’t seem remotely unhittable. And yet, a big W for the Yankees. The good news is that Morton and McHugh looked good and the rotation and bullpen have been the major liabilities.
Hey ho, that’s baseball, I suppose.
Here’s hoping Hinch gets something good out of the extremely flaky McCullers this evening, and that the offensive juggernaut gets going ...
Huh? CC outpitched Morton and shut down the only two hitters Houston has(Correa and Altuve). Where were these great Houston hitters?
Thankful people will now shut up about Judge (both hitting and fielding). I've watched Judge all year he loves to lull teams into the thought that he strikes out but you miss your spot and its gone. He has done it all year. Jerseyboy Frazer is surprising me this post season another clutch hit last nite.
Starting to get sick of the Altuve praise. Yes he should win the MVP over Judge but last nite the runner was safe at first(BS overturn) and Altuve bobbled another ball he is great but not perfect like the broadcasters think.
All this being said I still see the Astros winning this series mostly because of there two aces. The Yankees have good starting pitching and a great bullpen but their starting pitchers do give up a run or two and the two aces for Houston can shut teams out, even the Yankees lineup.
Expect some runs from both teams today. Go Yankees
really compared to Correa's 2nd game fan induced homer? Pretty lame too no?Still Baron wrote:two of the most chickenshit home runs I’ve ever seen