Monday, March 7, 2016

WIN METHOD 2016 SEASON PART THREE

We are a week into spring training and I am in Tampa now for a few days before heading out to the colleges across America looking for the best potential WIN METHOD  players out there and available.

   Everything is looking good so far this spring, but for the loss of Greg Bird for the season with shoulder surgery.  Bird is one of several YANKEE youngsters on the cusp of contributing to helping the YANKEES earn playoffs, win pennants, and win World Series in the coming years.  Louie Louie Severino is here and looking for a very strong 2016 as a starting pitcher, Dellin Betances is here and one of the top relief pitchers in all of Major League Baseball.  Gary Sanchez may make the team this spring and/or if not this spring, sometime this season.   Also right fielder Aaron Judge and shortstop Jorge Mateo are making a very strong impression right now this spring and either one or both while still going to start in the minor leagues this season, could be seeing action with the YANKEES this year.  There is also Rob Refsyder contending for a utility infield position.  Plus any of several youngsters may come north with the YANKEES as middle relievers.   Don't forget pitchers Lindgren and Kaprielian.  The ones who do not, could also quickly develop and prove themselves with more development in the minors and be ready at a moments notice to help in the YANKEES drive for the pennant this season.

WIN METHOD fans, remember it is not what a player does for themselves that defines the best players, but what they contribute to help their team make the playoffs and advance through the playoffs.  A sacrifice fly or advancing a runner, a single, a stolen base, a bunt can contribute to a win in any game, while a grand slam home run in a game you are winning 8-0 can be utterly meaningless to the team.   Any team whose pitchers earn the most WINS, will make the playoffs, no other pitching stat can do that, no other pitching stat is more important than WINS.  We all know it takes a team of players to help pitchers earn those wins and that is what determines the best teams and players in baseball.  Players contributing to help each other win games.  What you do for yourself means nothing if you do not help your team win by producing when it counts the most.

An issue was brought up by a poster a few months back regarding dating on blogger posts.  After contacting Google representatives it was discovered that Google allows the false dating of posts, however the false dating of a blog will be discovered when Google actually dates the publishing date of the post in its search engine.   In other words, a blogger falsely can post a blog post right now with a date of October 1, 2015, but when Googles search engine publishes the thread in its search engine it will have todays date as to when it was actually published.   The blog date can be altered but the actual publishing date cannot.

The real baseball season, when the games count, and producing when it matters is just about a month away and baseball, Americas greatest sport will begin its 2016 season.  Good luck to all the teams, but as always LETS GO YANKEES.  The YANKEE team is getting younger and farm system is starting to produce players more consistently.  Then there is always the possible WIN METHOD free agent when needed and available.

The views of the WIN METHOD blog will break the two hundred seventy million mark in the next week.  The WIN METHOD blog is viewed by people from all over the world and continues to be the best baseball blog in existence with the smartest most intelligent posters in the sports world.  WIN METHOD posters and followers continue to bury the stat frauds and fantasy game players on the baseball forums.  WIN METHOD  players know baseball and what it takes to win and be a winner.  The best teams and players win.

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Steve said...

Yank rookies explode for 5 runs in 8th to take 6-1 lead after 7 1/2 over sux starting lineup.

Sal Mineo said...

Yanks up 6-2 after 8.

Stan the Man said...

Yanks 6-2 thru 8.

Sal Mineo said...

Final 6-3 win.

Cory said...

Yanks win 6-3. Nova and Montgomery very strong.

Tom Loughlin said...

Good game for Yank potential starters.

Al Ashton said...

Lets go Yankees.

Gus Papa said...

Rumblelow and Goody did not help themselves tonight.

RLA said...

Nice results from Nova and Mitchell last night for seven innings against the bosux starting lineup.

Saul Irving said...

Nathan Eovaldi will start for the Yankees tonight against Toronto in a night game in Tampa.

reinvaldez said...

Nice to see the minor leaguers with an 8th inning 5 run rally to win last nights game.

Jerry Curcio said...

Off of just this springs performances so far for the seven Yankee potential starters, CC is seventh right now.

Hugh Frazier said...

Keep healthy guys and we will go a very long way this season.

Vladimir Tinzik said...

Jerry, you may be right, but CC is the only left hander we have and that may give him an edge in the pecking order. Plus, there is still time to improve.

Audrey Barnes said...

Good to see Nova and Mitchell do so well against the sux starters.

Roy said...

Vladmir
What does him being a lefty have to do with anything? It should be the 5 best guys, and so far he has not been that.

That's super clever how you guys all call them the sux, and mature...

Saul Irving said...

Gardner making first spring appearance tonight.

Peter Raines said...

The Yankees are starting all first string position players tonight except for McCann, Sanchez is catcher.

bigbadwolf said...

sux caught on and it looks like everyone uses it. I use sux because it describes their team in a heated rivalry sense. A lot of camaraderie here.

Roy said...

Everyone does not use it, not even close, maybe every 15 year old uses, but the vast majority of adult fans don't need to resort to name calling.

Victor Grandozi said...

Yanks up 2-0 after 2. Eovaldi only goes 2 innings but was throwing bullets.

Steve said...

Yanks lead 2-0 after 4.

bigbadwolf said...

Roy, I meant everyone here. Not name calling, that's who they are, the Boston bosux.

Artie S said...

Nice shot by Castro on his HR.

candycane said...

Yanks still holding on. Up 2-0 after 6.

Domenic said...

Sixth Yankee pitcher gives up a run in 8th. Yanks lead 2-1 after 8.

Gus Papa said...

Final 2-1 win over Jays starting elite. Done mostly with out loaded minor league pitchers.

candycane said...

Game over Yanks win 2-1.

NJYANKEE said...

Just think Yankee WIN METHOD fans. Yes, it is only spring training and the games do not count, but the Yankees over the past two days have beaten the starting lineups of the bosux and the Blue Jays.

Eddie OConnor said...

It looks like what WIN METHOD told us is coming to fruition. All the pitchers he found and the Yankees drafted are starting to develop and many are already helping the team in various roles.

will-i-am said...

Tanaka starts this afternoon against the Pirates.

Tommy Lee said...

As the Yanks reassign minor leaguers, the regulars should start to see more time to be ready to go full tilt when the games count.

Stanley Chin said...

In general, this springs Yankee pitching has been exceptional.

Jack Bauer said...

CC starts tomorrow and could be a major test of what he can bring to the table.

candycane said...

Yanks down 2-1 after 2.

Stan the Man said...

3-2 Yanks after 4. Refsynder with a 2 run dinger.

KevMac said...

Castro hits homer in 5th over the batters eye wall behind the center field fence. The Pirate announcers said they have never seen any player hit a ball over the batters eye.

Eddie OConnor said...

Happy St Patricks Day to everyone. Hic!

AAA said...

5-2 Yankees after 6.

Sal Mineo said...

7-2 Yankees after 7.

Karl R said...

Louie Louie throws four brilliant shutout innings. This guy is going to be great.

Stan the Man said...

Final 7-2 winner.

Audrey Long said...

The engine is building up steam. Break out the choo choo.

Wilsonsway said...

The tell tale factor with Louie Louie for me will be how he handles the men on base pressure situations in the majors. Knowing he is WIN METHOD, how he is handling himself at such a young age, and his demeanor so far, he could be a pitchers pitcher and a force to be reckoned with for a very long time.

sid greenberg,nyc said...

Louie Louie is going to be special and he is a Yankee. Let the season begin.

George W said...

We will overcome, we are the Yankees.

Roy said...

But did he hit anyone with a pitch?!?

Victor Grandozi said...

Big game for CC tonight. He starts against the Orioles and he will really need to pitch well to be in consideration for the 5th spot in the rotation.

Nancy Groh said...

It looks like Louie Louie, Tanaka, Pineda, and Eovaldi have the first four spots. Nova and Mitchell have both out pitched CC so far this spring. However, there is still time for things to change for CC. It will be up to him. His other perceived edge is being a veteran, for whatever that means.

Deb F said...

The bigger problem may arise if CC pitches really well in his next few spring starts. Many would feel having too many pitchers is not a problem.

Artie S said...

Lets hope for the best and lets go Yankees.

Bob Behan said...

Tanaka was not impressive yesterday and had to throw 60 pitches to go three innings.

Yanks23245 said...

Don't forget everyone, nothing should be based on any one appearance, it is the body of work that will determine Girardis decision. There are other factors that he will also take into consideration.

Cole/NJ said...

Since CC is on the roster and not going anywhere, hope he recaptures some old time magic.

Dave Matthews said...

CC, comeback player of the year. It has been said here by a couple of posters. Add me.

Lori Kelly said...

We will know more in about 3 hours. CC will be on the stage and under the lights in more ways than one.

Roy said...

Man some of you are so delusional in regards to CC...

He just doesn't have the same ability anymore.

Stan the Man said...

CC. Fur batters, four hits, four runs. WOW! What will Joe have to say?

Swen Jorgenson said...

Yanks down 4-2 after 2.

Roy said...

Shocking results...

AAA said...

CC goes 3 2/3 innings giving up 7 runs. He should get 3 more spring training starts.

jimbo said...

Yankees down 7-2 after 4.

Lou Lis said...

Schocking may be putting it nicely Roy. CC will get 3 more starts.

Roy said...

I was being sarcastic, CC has been trending this way for a few years now. His stuff has declined to the point that I don't believe he can be an effective starter anymore, and to be honest he hasn't been an effective starter for years.

Time wins always, even the greats get old and can't play anymore. Even Jeter wasn't very good in his final year in the majors...

Sal Mineo said...

Yanks down 8-2 after 6.

Stan the Man said...

Final 11-2 loss for Yanks.

Ben Rosen/Israel said...

If CC keeps doing what he has been doing, he will keep getting what he has gotten. Some thing needs to change.

Ted Lilly said...

Pineda this afternoon against the Atlanta Braves.

Vinny Ferrero said...

I think it is a mistake to play players who MAY not give your team the best chance to win.

Linda Pardo said...

Roy, Jeter in his last season was better than more than half the players in baseball.

Yankeeforever said...



TAMPA, Fla. -- The Yankees have maintained that their plan is to take the best five starters for their rotation, regardless of salary or stature. CC Sabathia believes that he will earn a spot, but the left-hander now has only two Spring Training starts remaining to prove it.
Sabathia was very hittable on Friday and the Orioles took advantage, knocking him around for seven runs (four earned) and six hits over 3 2/3 innings in a 11-2 Yankees loss. It was the second straight shaky outing for Sabathia, who said he isn't worried.



"We'll just see," Sabathia said. "I've never been a good Spring Training pitcher, so, it is what it is."

Roy said...

Linda - Based on wins and losses sure, but he was a shell of his former self. If you watched the games you could see he was a liability on defense and lost a lot of his range due to the age and injuries he sustained, he could barely drive the ball with any authority, he really wasn't very good.

You think it's a coincidence the Yankee team got better once he was gone? I don't.

will-i-am said...

Todays starting lineup.

1.
Ellsbury, CF

2.
Gregorius, SS

3.
Rodriguez, DH

4.
Teixeira, 1B

5.
Beltran, RF

6.
Headley, 3B

7.
Castro, 2B

8.
Corporan, C

9.
Denorfia

johnny said...

Lets go Yankees.

Linda Pardo said...

Roy, No question Jeter was not the same player he was ten years earlier. But he at 40 was still better than half the players in the game. The Yankees sadly did not make the playoffs in Jeters last year, but they were a second place team in the tough AL East division. Being a shell of yourself as the greatest player in baseball over your career is not to shabby.

Cory said...

***** RAIN DELAY *****

Norm Jackson said...

0-0 after 2.

candycane said...

Yanks take 3-1 lead after 4. Pineda, another very good start.

White Knight said...

3-2 Yankees after 6.

Quay Ho said...

Latest info on Ellsbury right hand is he is headed to get X-rays. Ells was hit in the right hand by an inside pitch in the 5th inning today.

YankeeMike said...

Yanks holding on to a 3-2 lead after 7.

Stan the Man said...

Final 3-2 Yanks.

will-i-am said...

Game over. Theeeeeeeeee Yankeeeeeeeeeeeeees Winnnnnnnnnnn. 3-2.

candycane said...

Yanks win 3-2. Now to wait on Ellsbury X-ray.

sid greenberg,nyc said...

X-ray and CT scan on Ellsbury both negative. Yanks dodge a bullet.

Frank Sergi said...

Ivan Nova this afternoon against the Twins.

Rahm Mahood said...

Hope Ellsbury doesn't miss much time and is ready to start season.

Zhaire said...

Nova with a good showing today can take a big step forward for the 5th spot in rotation.

Stanley Chin said...

I will be laying some money on the Yankees this season.

Andrew J said...

If Nova does well again the door may be closing on CC.

Robert Mandel said...

You go Stanley.

Leah Gabrielle said...

Andrew, CC may stick his foot in the door. A big foot.

Nathan Riley said...

Nova may get five innings today and may slam the door shut on Sabathia.

Chad Greene said...

Yanks down 2-0 after 2.

Saul Irving said...

Nova has a tendency of getting ahead on a batter 0-2 and 1-2 and giving up a hit. He has given up 2 runs so far but has looked pretty good.

Steve said...

4-4 after 5. Nova may have just left the door open enough for CC?

Eddie OConnor said...

Saul, he did it again in the 5th inning. 0-2 and too good a pitch for a long double to left center, a ball that probably should have been caught by Gardner however.

Brian Cowley said...

4-4 after six. Mitchell has been solid finishing the 5th for Nova and in the 6th.

Victor Grandozi said...

Mitchell has retired 10 in a row.

John Hartnett said...

Yankees take 6-4 lead after 8.

candycane said...

Yanks up 6-4 after 8.

KevMac said...

Final 6-4 Yanks.

Andy K said...


Final 6-4. Bullpen goes 4 1/3 scoreless innings for the win.

Carl Hooks said...

Nova has had the 2 strike problem for years. He needs to find the formula to put the batter away once they are in the hole.

Sammythecat said...

Nova wasn't bad today, but he seems to run into 'bad luck' far too many times.

Erica Nuyens said...

Lets go WIN METHOD. You are the best and one of a kind. Love ya,

Marty Hall said...

Sammy, with all the stuff Nova has, he seems to find to many bats, to many times.

Linda Rice said...

My opinion, Nova should be a starter before CC.

Benny Pake said...

Don't count CC out.

reinvaldez said...

The Yankees have a scheduled off day today and will resume their spring training schedule tomorrow.

johnsondc said...

The good news, Ellsbury is day to day and escaped serious injury. Ellsbury will be given the time to recover completely from the injury to his wrist after being hit by a pitch Saturday.

Tenna/Bronx said...

We all here can debate who should play where or who should be a starter or who should be in the bullpen, but the men in charge on the field have 100 times the information we have to make the best decision. And they will.

Thad Eure said...

That is so true Teena. Our posts are only our opinions. Everyone has an opinion.

Hilary Swank Brandon said...

Teena,

"100 times the information"??? Sounds like stats to me. No one on the Yankees uses stats. There is no need for 100x the information. Wins determine who are the best players. Also interviews with WINMETHOD from around the world in different languages will be translated to the "men in charge" (WINMETHOD is really the only one in charge).

Not sure what you are suggesting, but it almost sounds like a stats fraud to me. No need for your so-called "information". Wins are all that matter. Wins and interviews. Stats frauds need not apply.

Mark Wagoner said...

2016 season for games that count is getting closer and closer. Lets go Yankees.

johnsondc said...

Hilary, you are obviously a stat fraud with an ignorant meaningless post that posters here will laugh at, chew on, and then spit out as the garbage it is. Your post does not merit a reply because it is completely wrong and utter garbage.

Gus Papa said...

It looks like a brain dead baseball forum poster has come here to post junk. Only went on to prove their overwhelming ignorance.

Dan Evans said...

We have received garbage from the peanut gallery. Or is it peanut brain.

Roy said...

Teena - what other information are you referring to?

yankeeforever said...

Hilary is a loser.

Teena/Bronx said...

Roy, they have insight to the players themselves, being with them each day. Any physical or mental concerns, their state of mind, etc. How one may react to not being chosen over someone who is and the player thinks he earned the spot. Same as, if you married and have children, you them better than you know your best friends wife and children.

Roy said...

Teena
I agree, they do have that. I don't agree that that constitutes 100x this information that is available to the public, or anywhere close.

Teena/Bronx said...

I say it's 100x important because in the end it may be the reason a decision is made that the uninformed fans (stat frauds) so vehemently disagree with.

Domenic said...

Back in action tomorrow. I think it will be Louie Louie starting.

Roy said...

Teena
The reason a decision is being made shouldn't be based on how the player feels about it. It should be about what's best for the team. If winmethod has selected these guys they should be willing to do whatever if it helps the team win game.

Teena/Bronx said...

Roy, No question Roy. The decision will be about What is best for the team. How a player feels about it is the last thing that should matter. Think for a minute however, if the player that is not chosen, feels he should have unquestionably been chosen, that has to be dealt with.
You ignored the physical and mental concerns, their state of mind, etc. You need these guys at different times during the season. To maintain a good relationship is important. I have no doubt that the decision by the men in charge on the field will always try to do the best for the team and help the team win the most often. That is the goal. the players realize this, particularly Yankee players, who are almost always WIN METHOD players. The CC/Nova rotation spot is likely a decision similar to about what we are discussing. We may feel one way of the other about who should be the 5th starter, but the decision isn't made by us, and we do not have much of the inside information about what I have pointed out.

Stan the Man said...

The Yankees play the Mets tonight and Louie Louie Severino will start for the good guys.

Yanks23245 said...

A must watch game tonight. Likely five or six innings for Louie Louie tonight depending on pitch count.

Cole/NJ said...

School them Louie Louie.

sid greenberg,nyc said...

Subway spring training series?

Victor Bruno said...

One difference, these game don't count.

Warren Hammond said...

They will count soon enough, less than two weeks to go and then only the wins matter.

candycane said...

Yanks take early 5-0 lead after 2.

AAA said...

Yankees 5-0 after 3.

Stan the Man said...

5-2 Yanks after 5. Louie Louie 4 1/3 allowing 2 runs. Chapman in for the 2 outs in the 5th and couldn't close it out allowing both Louie Louie men on to score.

Sal Mineo said...

6-2 Yanks after 6.

candycane said...

Yanks up 6-3 after 8.

Steve said...

6-3 Yanks after 8. Louie Louie bests the Mets.

will-i-am said...

Theeee Yankeeeeeeeeeeeeeees Winnnnnnnnn.

jimbo said...

Final 6-3 Yankees win.

Karl R said...

This team is a contender in 2016 and will be able to win it all in 2017. The WIN METHOD draftees and blooming and growing.

Nick Polito said...

You go Karl.

Steve said...

The innings are adding up, the pitch counts are rising, then suddenly the games matter and wins will be the only stat that will determine the best.

Guy Padikian said...

Tanaka faces the Nationals tonight.

Chou Cho said...

Can Tanaka match Louie Louie?

Peter Raines said...

This team is looking good, gelling, coming together, and the paste is Joe Girardi.

Jack Gordon said...

We just got to stay away from major injuries.

Zhaire said...

I know it is only spring training and the games don't count. We all know the American League teams are overall much better than the National League teams. As to right now this spring the NL has 5 teams playing under .400 ball and the AL just 1. Also the NL has 9 teams under .500 ball and the AL 4.

Roy said...

Zhaire
Not that any of this matters at all, but the way you're presenting this information makes the disparity seem far more worse than it is. The AL teams have 147 wins vs. the NLs 142 - it's very close. Additionally the NL has three of the top 4 in win percentages. 5 AL teams are at .500 or one game above .500, so it's not like the AL has been dominating anything.

Deb F said...

afraud says he is retiring, yea, yea, yes, great news, hooray, cheers. But not until after 2017 season, no, no, boo, hiss, we are cursed.

Phil Jenkins said...

Roy Roy Roy, Both of what you and Zhaire are very true. And Zhaire even pointed out the spring training games don't count, but you missed or ignored the main point of fact, the AL teams are overall much better than the NL teams. This has been true since the inception of inter-league play.

Brian Cowley said...

Yanks down 1-0 after 2.

Roy said...

Phil Phil Phil,

http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/history/interleague/records.jsp

It has not been true since interleague play began, as the NL won more games than the AL through 2004. So you're wrong. It has since for sure been true that the AL recently has been better. Either way basing your argument on spring training win loss is a dumb argument.

Stan the Man said...

Tanaka shelled, giving up 7 runs in 3 innings. So far for the spring Tanaka is our 4th or 5th starter. Yanks down 7-0 after 3.

Chad Greene said...

Stephen Drew hit a monstrous HR off of Tanaka.

Phil Jenkins said...

AL 2515 wins NL 2258 wins. AL win % .525. NL win % .475. Almost 4800 games, very definitive, the AL owns the NL. No cherry picking years, this is all of them.

Roy said...

That's OWNING the NL?!?

a team with a.525 winning percentage would be an 85 win team. That wouldn't even be a playoff team. If anything you just made an argument that it's closer than it may seem.

candycane said...

Yanks down 7-0 after 5.

Phil Jenkins said...

Roy, it's not A compared to B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K. It is just A compared to B. That would mean that A went to the playoffs and B did not. Very telling.

Roy said...

Phil,
Stop being dumb. Out of ever 100 games played between AL vs. NL, the AL is on average winning less than 53 of them. That's not vastly superior. It's superior, but only slightly.

Wayne Littlebear said...

Is Tanaka having issues or has he just not cut it loose yet?

Phil Jenkins said...

Roy, you are being dumb by trying to play the statistic game. The AL wins on average 13.5 game difference per season for the 19 seasons played. Very significant. A team can make the playoffs by 1 game in any season, making the playoffs by 13.5 games is a romp, a walk over, a blow out, a laugher.

candycane said...

Fianl, Yanks go down 8-0. Tanaka giving up 7 in 3 innings.

jimbo said...

Lets see what turns up on Tanaka. But it looks like Louie Louie is the ace.

Roy said...

Ok Phil, don't complain about playing a numbers game and the immediately play a numbers game. a .525 winning percentage isn't dominant, no matter how you try to manipulate numbers to pretend it is. The AL has certainly been better, but it hasn't been a landslide.

Phil Jenkins said...

Roy, take it down to the most basic stat. Baseball is played one season at a time. Each season the champion is decided by who wins the last series of the season. Inter-league baseball has been played for 19 seasons. Each season one league or the other wins the most games. There have been no ties. The NL who you say has been competitive has won 4 times. The AL has win 15 times. That, in my opinion, and I would logically think, (using common sense) that makes the AL significantly dominant by a very large margin.

ROy said...

Phil
You're pooling together numbers to satisfy your point. The most basic stat is wins. The AL wins 52.5% of the games they play against the NL. That is superior, yes obviously, but it's competitive. The NL isn't as far behind as you seem to want to believe.

Ben Rosen/Israel said...

Roy, that is where you go wrong, 15 winning seasons is far and away better than 4 winning seasons.

Gary Shrieber said...

52.5 > 47.5 appears close until it becomes 525 > 475 and then 2100 > 1900. The AL is presently 257 games over the NL. If the NL could win each season by an average of 25 games each season, it would take over 10, yes TEN YEARS, for the NL to catch up. That would tend to verify the AL has been dominant and unquestionably the best league in baseball since inter league play began.

jimbo said...

CC today against the Rays.

Fred Slube said...

CC has todays start and one more to try to beat out Nova. Somewhere soon it has got to be put up or shut up time.

NormfromNome said...

Just ten days until baseball start for real.

Roy said...

Great, and if you multiply it by 1,000,000 years the wins are astronomical!

If you guys think .525 winning percentage is dominant, then you must be hoping the Yankees play to the tune and dominate at 85 wins.

The AL has been unquestionably better, but you guys are narrowing the facts to fit your narrative. It's laughable. They've been better, they haven't dominated.

Yankeeforever said...

CC goal for today, five scoreless innings.

Mike Smith said...

Gary, I think you have it right and stated it legitimately.

YankeeMike said...

Roy, I think several posters explained to you how dominant the AL has been using several ways to look at the numbers. You keep coming back to what you call a small percent difference between the 52.5% and the 47.5% and you stated that the 52.5% is an 85 win season, which is accurate. However, that would leave the lower percent at being a 77 win season. That is an 8 game difference. Pretty significant in my eyes. Multiply the 8 game difference over the 19 seasons and you have a 152 game difference. At least you keep posters here busy posting just how wrong your views are.

Jen Vitter said...

Will CC step up and take charge tonight. The ball is in his hand.

Roy said...

YankeeMike
Thanks for being a jerk in your post. My views aren't "wrong" as I've said the AL is unquestionably superior. I still don't think that's utter domination, that's essentially 4 games that if they went the other way it would be a break-even.

I was good on the math of it all already by the way, so you didn't really sway me in any way.

Jack Bauer said...

The bright lights are on and CC is in the spotlight. Now!

AAA said...

CC tagged for solo homer by Longoria in first. 3 infield outs.

AAA said...

CC 2nd. Leadoff double, rbi single, 3rd batter single, men on 1st and 2nd no outs, 4th batter, line out DP, 5th batter Ks, Two innings 2 runs 4 hits.

YankeeMike said...

Roy, The pot calling the kettle black. You have essentially been wrong on every issue you have debated here. Dominant.

Steve said...

Yanks down 2-1 after 2.

Roy said...

YankeeMike

I've never been wrong. Not a single time. I'd like you to name some instances I've been wrong.

It's funny - because whenever I state that, no one seems to respond. They cower away.

I expect you to cower away as well.

AAA said...

CC 3rd. 1st batter Ks. 2nd batter fly out. 3rd batter ground out. 3 up 3 down.

AAA said...

CC 4th. 1st batter ground out. 2nd batter line out cf. 3rd batter walk. 4th batter ground single to rf. 5th batter ground out.

candycane said...

Yanks down 2-1 after 4.

Sal Mineo said...

Yanks down 2-1 after 4. CC hanging in there.

AAA said...

CC 5th inning. 1st batter ground single to lf. 2nd batter Ks. 3rd batter ground out to 1b runner advances to 2nd with w out. 4th batter Ks.

CC 5 innings 2 runs 6 hits 1 W 4 K.

Yankeeforever said...

Still down 2-1 after 5.

Gus Papa said...

That's it for CC. Five innings and leaves down 2-1. Acceptable for a 5th starter.

Stan the Man said...

Yanks down 6-1 after 6.

YankeeMike said...

Roy, no one has to name them, it is all of them.

Roy said...

YankeeMike
Nice, avoid the question. It's because you can't find anything truly that I was wrong about. You've proven to me that you're a joke.

candycane said...

Yanks down 6-2 after 8.

Bob Behan said...

Game over, Yanks lose 6-2. CC good 5 innings.

YankeeMike said...

Roy, I accept your ridicule as a complement. I'll stick with the dominating winners.

Linda Rice said...

CC still has something in the tank.

Roy said...

Compliment*, and you shouldn't, I think some one who throws out accusations like you did and then when challenged to support them has nothing to say is pretty lame. At least I can defend a position I take.

Jill Byrnes said...

I'll put it as simply and succinct as I can. You play 19 season and your winning record against the same opposition after all 19 seasons is 15-4. That is extremely dominant and there are no two ways of looking at it unless you are not able to understand common sense.

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