After watching the New York Yankees lose the rubber match down in Tampa 3-0, I started to panic.
New York Yankees (Photo credit: Keith Allison)
The game was painful but quick as clear by the zero runs scored.
Rays starter Alex Cobb whiffed the Yankee hitters, as he didn’t allow a base runner to reach third over his 8 1/3 innings pitching.
Yankees southpaw Andy Pettitte did enough to keep the Yankees in the mix, but his efforts got wasted, as he got no run support.
The Yankees are back home to face the Blue Jays for a four game set, but looking at the bigger picture this next month looks to be a critical one.
Many Yankees fans that are still on the fence about this makeshift group should be able to form an opinion over the next five weeks as to whether contending is possible this season.
No thanks to Mother Nature either, as do you remember the back-to-back rainouts in Cleveland on April 10th and 11th?
Sure you do; but if you forgot the two games will be made up via a doubleheader on...