The Yankees, while by no means perfect over the last few games, are encouraging in that they are finally showing some life, amidst what might be one of the most unlucky starts to a season any team has ever encountered. Tuesday night’s game versus the Red Sox gave us yet another backbreaking bad call on a steal of second base. Posada once again threw out a runner who was called safe (though this was not nearly as egregious as the Seattle game). And as we know, when a call goes against the Yanks, its ALWAYS comes back to haunt them, as it allowed 3 runs to score, effectively ending the game (though the Yanks did still have some spirited at-bats).
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