Monday, May 22, 2006

Wang Does Best Randy Johnson Imitation

What a night. First we see the Junkees scrape the bottom of the barrel with Terrence Long - and any player that the Kansas City Royals didn't want has got to be absolutely horrible - and then Wang shows that you shouldn't have gotten too excited about his last two "gems."

Of course when Long hits a home run, Sterling, Kay, and all other Yankee fans will be calling Ca$hman a genius, but anyway.

Wang gave up 7 earned runs in 6 innings, striking out a grand total of one player. Anyone who thought Wang was a future superstar was completely delusional.

A-Schmuck hits yet another meaningless homer, so the stats look good, but do it when it counts, then I'll be impressed.

In other news, Chacon goes on the DL. So now when the Junkees continue to stink, they'll have another excuse. Can't you just hear Sterling say something like, "The Yankees have been ravished with injuries. First Sheffield, then Matsui, then Crosby, then Sturze, then Chacon ... how the Yankees continue to play competitive ball is just absolutely astonishing." You know what? I don't want to hear it. Injuries happen. To everyone. The good teams make do.

Truth is though, I'm a little concerned. The Yankees just picked up Erubiel Durazo, so AL East, watch out!

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