Saturday, June 8, 2013


If you would have told me that Jeremy Bonderman would have shut down the Yankees in 2013, I would have told you that you were taking crazy pills. But that is what had happened.  The Yankees were only able to score 1 run in Seattle last night, and Hiroki Kuroda lost some control in 4th.

That was where he gave up the 4 Seattle runs.  On paper, the match up was in the Yankees favor... but they lost last night... that's baseball I guess.

The Yankees scored in the first. Travis Hafner knocked in Brett Gardner. Then, like I said, the 4th is where the Mariner attack happened.  As Chris Stewart said HERE, "That inning, nothing worked... We tried everything. It didn't seem like he could figure anything out at that point. It's tough; he should have only given up two runs." 

Kuroda went 6.1 innings, allowed 8 hits and 4 runs, struck out 6 and walked 3.  Bonderman went 6 and only gave up 3 hits and 1 run.  In total, the Yankees only had 4 hits all night.  Not too great.

Final: Mariners 4 - Yankees 1

Please comment, we have DISQUS, it's easier than ever. Let me know what you think and follow me on Twitter @BleednYankeeBlu and join the group Bleeding Yankee Blue on Facebook, just type it in.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for commenting on Bleeding Yankee Blue.