It’s the return of Phil Hughes to Yankee Stadium. Let’s hope we see this year’s version and not the version that wore Yankee pinstripes last season.
I’d like his chances of beating his old team better if Gardy would get over his phobia about having his backup catcher DH and get Josmil Pinto in to the line up, but that’s not going to happen any time soon apparently. – JC
|Dozier, 2B||Gardner, B, LF|
|Mauer, 1B||Jeter, SS|
|Plouffe, 3B||Ellsbury, CF|
|Arcia, O, RF||McCann, C|
|Willingham, DH||Solarte, 3B|
|Kubel, LF||Suzuki, I, RF|
|Suzuki, K, C||Roberts, B, 2B|
|Escobar, E, SS||Johnson, K, 1B|
|Hicks, CF||Almonte, Z, DH|
|Hughes, P, P||Whitley, P|
ok, this game didn’t end the way the majority of it went. I think the Yankees miss Big Mo… Hughes did a PHENOMENAL job against his old team. VERY impressive outing for him and all those Yankee fans in NY sat there wishing that was what he looked like last year.
We went in to that 9th inning behind in a very typical-looking score for the Twins in NY.. and then something changed. Robertson just didn’t match up well today. Getting 6 runs in the 9th in NY is just not something I expected to see! But I’ll take it!
In my opinion, it all started with the WillingHammer taking Robertson out of the park. He just never recovered his composure and all the rest got to him in succession. For getting it all started and tying the game (forever changing the outcome possibilities), Josh has earned today’s BOD honors! Thanks, man! Good to have you back!