Friday, August 1, 2014

New York Travels To Pawtucket Tonight To Face Red Sox Triple-A Squad

The Boston Red Sox may throw out a team tonight that more resembles their Triple-A affiliate then a major league team, at least in the pitching department. With the trades of John Lackey to the St. Louis Cardinals, Felix Doubront to the Chicago Cubs, and Jon Lester to the Oakland Athletics the Red Sox went in a full blown fire sale in their pitching department. This comes just in time for the series tonight in Fenway Park with the New York Yankees.

The bad news is the first Yankees pitcher to greet newly acquired Yoenis Cespedes will be Chris Capuano. That could get hairy pretty quick. Guess we will just have to watch and stay tuned. The Yankees need whatever help they can get on and off the field right now and a depleted Boston squad certainly helps. Let’s just hope this isn’t another trap series like the Texas Rangers series turned out to be.

New York needs wins and hopefully they come tonight in Boston, or Pawtucket, or Oz, or wherever the Yankees are playing. Have a good day guys. 

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Sorry for the Capatcha... Blame the Russians :)