Thursday, July 7, 2011

Behind Enemy Lines-MLB

After the lack of Dodgers hitting with runners in scoring position sent our recent record down a notch to 3-5, we’re going to switch coast and jump on the Bronx Bomber Bandwagon. I love the Yankees and Bartolo Colon laying the big number of -167, against Jeff Niemann and the Tampa Bay Rays. First of all the House that Derek built will be rocking! The captain is just three hits shy of becoming the first Yankee in history to reach three-thousand hits, so you know the place will be jumping with enthusiasm! Second Colon has been on a roll! The right-hander is seeking his fifth consecutive win, while working on a 13 inning shutout streak. During his last four outings, how about an era of 1.00! Low enough for you? Now Niemann isn’t bad against the Yanks with a 2-0 record and a 3.74 era in four outings. But I smell a fired up crowd in the Bronx which is hard to beat.




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