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The Good Evening EP has a new review up - featuring audio! - courtesy of stacyinthecity. Thanks, Stacy!

I've reluctantly predicted the inevitable demise of the Yankees for the last 3 or 4 seasons, and they somehow always got it together enough to make the playoffs. This, then, is probably the year that it falls apart. Now, I don't want to get ahead of myself - after all, we're 2 weeks into the season and the Yankees have played a grand total of three (3) games at home, far less than anyone else in the league - but our pitching just sucks. Not only that, but Toronto looks absolutely ferocious and Boston is, well, Boston. I'm not giving up on the season, of course, but it's not looking good.

Al Leiter was broadcasting the game last night in the YES booth with Ken Singleton, and he wasn't that great, in my opinion. Had some good insight but he seemed really reluctant to open his mouth and improvise, and most of his comments were short and terse. Maybe it's nerves. I'll say this, though - he's a significant improvement over Michael Kay and Bobby Murcer. I'll also admit that I didn't watch the whole game, once it became clear that Unit had absolutely nothing (which was about 4 pitches into the 1st inning).
Oh, silly boy...
...listen to the radio broadcast and you will realize that THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH THE YANKEES AND EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE! THEY ARE THE TEAM TO BEAT! ALL LOSSES ARE ABBERRATIONS!
Re: Oh, silly boy...
When John Sterling gets on your nerves, you know that the good times are long gone.
Re: Oh, silly boy...
When John Sterling gets on your nerves,

Say it ain't so??!!!!
Re: Oh, silly boy...
I am actually get pissed at Sterling now, especially with his home run calls for players...."It's an AAAAAA-bomb...for AAAAAAA-Rod!"
You guys need to come work in my office. When day games are on we take our laptops into the big conference room, get a huge order of hot dogs from Gray's Papaya, and everyone watches the game on the giant screen.

I heart my job.