Saturday, April 5, 2008
The Yankees lost again today, this time at the Hands of Edwin Jackson. Andy Pettitte started for the Yankees, and he pitched just okay, but that's not the reason we lost. The reason is because of the offense's inability to score runs. The usually patient lineup was swinging early in counts, despite the fact that Edwin Jackson really doesn't know where the ball will end up when he throws it. The positives are that the starters and bullpen have been pretty good so far, which was the question coming into the season. The offense will come around, and then the Yankees will start winning games.
Yanks Drop Second Straight to Rays