Tuesday, December 4, 2007

A tip of the cap

I rag on Peter Abraham a lot, because I use his blog for instantaneous Yankee news, but his analysis often drives me crazy. Therefore, I sort of feel obligated to point out when he writes something with which I wholeheartedly agree.

For all fellow Yankee fans out there, Pete's message is spot on: re-f***ing-lax. The worst thing that can happen to the Yankees, now that Andy Pettite is back, is that they replay last year with the same offense (albeit one year older) and a pitching staff fortified with real pitching prospects instead of the stopgaps that they had to use last year. Panic is not in order, even if the Sox do get Santana.

4 comments:

rklllama said...

Yeah, I liked the article. More reasons for Yankees fans not to panic:

1) Josh Beckett will suck this year.

2) Mike Lowell will suck this year.

3) Josh Beckett will suck this year.

Oh, and we have the A-Bomb too.

die Amerikanerin said...

A-bomb? Is this Pettite?

John Lynch said...

"He swings and hits a long drive to center field. That ball is high! It is far! It is... GONE! Alex Rodriguez has hit a three-run, game tying home run into the black in center field. An AAAAAAAAA-Bomb from AAAAAAAAA-Rod! Alexander the Great! And the game is tied 6-6."

Jack Lynch said...

He makes a great point. And I really do like our Catholic brother in Fr. Frank's parish, Brian Cashman. He's no fool and I love his cool.