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This had been fine, as long as The Who produced wins until the stars returned. The wins did come. Now it’s getting shaky.
But when the Yankees are up to bat, lately I find myself more often than not zoning out, staring at my phone, changing the channel, etc. Of course it doesn't help when a 3-0 lead feels like game over.
This Nats fan knows how you feel.
As a fan of the Jays, who have fewer wins than either the Yankees or the Nats, I'm having a ball!
I'm literally FORCING myself to watch the games. It is no fun.
So sorry your 20 year reign of terror based on screwing visiting teams out of their revenues by hiding it in YES had to suddenly collapse into an utter and likely singular off year.
Whereas if I were a Yankees fan, aside from any feelings of entitlement some might have, I would have gone into this season with a lot of projections putting the team second behind Toronto.
* They also remind me of the 1978 Yankees, which got everyone healthy for the second half, FWIW.
I don't know...this team just SUCKS.
The Who are still cheesed off that MLB wouldn't let Pete Townsend play, using his guitar as a bat. - Brock Hanke
Is it possible that the lower ratings are because the team made it abundantly clear that it will no longer use its financial muscle to put the best possible team on the field, but will instead submit to Bud Selig's salary cap?
Records don't mean much. The Yankees have a negative run differential. They stink.
records don't mean much
Talk about how the Yankees are awesome, you get shouted at. Talk about how the Yankees stink, you get shouted at.
he, 22, what's your beef?
Talk about how the Yankees stink, you get shouted at.
If they were willing to spend, say, another $50million, right now, what would they spend it on?
I still like rooting for Hughes to put it together.
With all due respect, that made me laugh almost as hard as some of Kehoskie's poll unskewing. The 78 Yanks were made up almost entirely of stars in their prime (28-32) years. This year's team has exactly two players (Cano and Sabathia) who fit into that category.
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