A lot had happened. I haven’t even written anything about the Yankees’
winning sweep against the Twins.
I think I’ve been busy last week. There was also not much ESPN coverage
so I wasn’t able to watch the game, thus couldn’t write passionately. I
wasn’t also able to watch the first game of the NY Yankees against the
LA Angels. My fave team lost, and I feel sad.
The first four innings and a half of the game were in favour of the Yankees until they reached the bottom of the fifth.
As I saw the results, I felt disappointed. The Yanks were having a good
start, but the fifth inning gave a lot of hits and runs for the Angels.
I’m not saying that the latter are no good, that they can’t hit or run.
But as a fan, you always hope that your team’s defense is invulnerable.
Baseball is Baseball. Anything can happen.
When the opposing team wins, one sometimes can’t help but put a little,
if not all, blame to the pitcher.
There are pitchers who put me at
ease, and there are those who are capable of pitching uncertainty to
me. But before I make my final “verdict” I make sure that I’ve read
enough details and/or information and have watched enough videos of the
It’s just not fair to judge someone without prior knowledge. It’s better to remain silent.
I hope there will be no more error in the next game. And I hope the Yankees win.