October 9, 2021

Schandenfreude 324 (A Continuing Series)

This is just a quick reminder that the New York Yankees' 2021 season is over, kaput, finished, it's deader than Kelsey's nuts, and their overhyped front office is currently staring at a not insignificant pile of problems requiring urgent and careful attention this winter, while the Boston Red Sox, winners of four World Series titles in the last two decades, more than any other team, battered the Tampa Bay Rays 14-6 yesterday, an unprecedented team effort, as six different players knocked in at least two runs, something no postseason team had ever accomplished, transforming the ALDS, with one swing of Kiké Hernández's golden bat (metaphorically), into a far more manageable best-of-three series, with the first two contests at friendly Fenway Park, and Nathan Eovaldi, their most consistent starter of 2021 and the awesome fireballing dude who turned the allegedly fearsome Yankee bats into soggy noodles last Tuesday, on the hill for Sunday afternoon's game.








1 comment:

FenFan said...

If I was Aaron Boone, I'd be looking for the exit and fast.