Jeter's 4 hits had Olbermann calling up comparisons to Ruth's last home runs in Forbes Field (of all things). Jeter will be 1) better than he has been through May 7; 2) not as good as yesterday.
Who'd a thunk Granderson would be all that? A year ago I was cursing the loss of Austin Jackson.
Nice to see CC get a win he doesn't--cruelly put--he didn't deserve.
Equally nice to see CC hang in there at 4-0 and about 9,000 pitches through three innings.
Live by the homer . . . Jeter, Posada, Gardner . . . base hits, guys.
10-13, and virtually tied. Need to fatten up on them Royals before Boston.