Wednesday, May 20, 2015


If you need to blame the go-ahead run on anyone, you have to blame Justin Wilson tonight. That's it. When there are men on base, and a reliever comes in, the job is to get the batter out. The job, is to make sure no one scores. It's alittle annoying at this point.

I'd love to give you an open, fair analysis on what happened with the game and why the Yankees lost.  Sure, lack of run scoring helped with this loss, but it was Justin when you look at it from a fan perspective.  We just could not recover after that. Bottom line.

The Yankees scored 2 in the first. Good for us.

The Nationals slowly chipped away like they do best, and by the 7th, it was tied 2-2.  Adam Warren left the game at that point, going 6.1 innings, giving up 4 hits and only 2 runs. He was replaced by Justin Wilson.

There were men on base and when Denard Span knocked in a run off Wilson, it was suddenly 3-2.  The run was Warren's, but the run still stings and if you want to blame anyone... blame Justin Wilson.  By the way, Warren gets the loss if you're keeping score.

Whatever, forget it.. it's over now, but here's what I do know; The Yankees are in first place, but tied right now.  We need to turn this around quickly. May or September, at this point it doesn't matter... wins are what we need.

Final: Nationals 3 - Yankees 2

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