Post archive for ‘New York Yankees’

Bonderman Sucks Again; Matt Joyce Hits 1st Homer

Jeremy Bonderman lasted 4 whole innings, giving up 6 hits, 4 walks and 5 earned runs. When Dontrelle Willis comes back, Dombrowski is going to have to do something with one of these starters – DL, or reassignment (or trade). I would like to place my vote that the one pitcher they need to keep [...]

Tigers Manage To Win Despite Todd Jones Best Efforts

Try as he might, Todd Jones was not able to blow this save. Of course, it was a non-save opportunity, so maybe he just didn’t try hard enough. Going into the 9th inning up 6-2 was barely enough as the Tigers squeaked out a 6-5 win. He gave up four hits and one walk and [...]

Tigers Sweep Yankees In Bronx – First Time Since “66

How sweet it is! To think that Denny McClain was pitching the last time the Tigers went into the Bronx and swept The Yankees, helps to understand how historical this win was. The fact that it was their last trip to the soon-to-be-demolished Yankee Stadium, makes it that much sweeter.
At The Fort Street Brewery, we [...]

Placido Polanco Belts Two Homers To Beat Yankees

Placido’s bat has really started to come around, and over the last week has returned to 2007 form. The importance of this can not be underestimated. Having Granderson and Polanco at the top of the line-up, setting the table for Ordonez and Cabrera is a sure recipe for success. Polanco went 4-5 and scored twice.
Better [...]

Tigers Open Up With A Win In The Bronx

It was nice to see Sheff hit a homer today – and we definitely needed it. However, we’re going to need a lot more than a .170 batting average and a couple of homers for a $13 million salary per year. I still think he should be placed on the 15 day DL – give [...]