Found April 10, 2013 on Streaming Sports Talk:
The Cleveland Indians versus the New York Yankees, postponed . The rains couldn’t have come at a better time for Terry Francona, and his Cleveland Indians. Francona, has no starting catchers, and he is lacking, pitcher too. The Indians, got hammered by the New York Yankees, in the first 2 games of this series, the Yankees out scored the Indians by 18 runs. What does that say about Francona’s starting rotation? The Indians completely over looked bringing in some solid pitchers. They have plenty of talent on the team at other positions. Without good pitching the Tribe is going to be hard pressed to win many games this season. After playing 8 games, the Indians are already sitting in last place in the A.L. Central. The Yankees, weren’t a very good team coming into Cleveland. They only won 2 of their 6 games. The Cleveland Indians starting pitchers, sure helped the Yankees find their confidence. New York has had their way with Francona’s starting staff and then some. Last night they put...
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