Yankees Vs. Red Sox, July 15
Well, we are beginning to reach that time of the year. The time of the year when there is only one sport left standing…MLB. With a NHL champion crowned and only three games max left to the NBA season, everyone will be turning their attention to the second half of the MLB season. If you an MLB fan, this is your time of year, if not, don’t be too upset. This means that the NFL is just around the corner; In fact, the first preseason games are under a month away. Let’s get started with today’s action
Boston Bombers: Red Sox ML
Some things are going on in this Yankee organization that are unprecedented. The amount of money that they have spent for the amount of production they have got this year, you can bet some heads are about to roll. As the season grows longer, there are good chances you could actually see this Yankee team become sellers and do it before this season is over, if the price is right. That comes down to how bad someone thinks they’re going to lose their job. The Red Sox and Yankees have played six times so far this season, and it is 6-0 Red Sox, soon to become 7-0 here. Boston has outscored the Yankees 36-17 over their first six meetings and nothing has changed for the Yankees yet, so don’t expect any changes in the results. These players know that these results are not acceptable in New York and that things will change quick if they don’t start winning, but they don’t have the pitching and the offense has disappeared overnight. E Rod has pitched in two of those six wins against the Yankees and he had two solid outings. Lefty Jordan Montgomery goes for the Yankees and the left hander has one start against Boston this year letting up three runs and taking the loss in that game. Boston ranks sixth in batting avg. vs LHP this season and with a short field we could see some balls leaving the yard for the Sox if Montgomery has an All-Star hangover. All signs point to Boston for me, take the Sox on the ML.