Daily Archives: June 16, 2011
SWB L 8-1 F/8
Their only run came in the bottom of the 7th came with a sac-fly. Pitching in the loss was Phelps who falls to 4-5 on the season.
Trenton L 3-2
Trenton’s two runs came in the first inning in their loss. One of the runs came when Bradley Suttle doubled (13) in Raymond Kruml. Taking the loss and getting the blown save as well is switch pitcher Pat Venditte.
Tampa W 3-1
Trenton scored all three of their runs in the 5th innings two of them when Emerson Landoni singled in Taylor Grote and Kyle Higashioka. Getting the win was Heredia who moves to an impressive 7-1. He went six innings with eight strikeouts.
Charleston L 5-1
Solid win for the Yanks today. It was a very good game. Gordon pitched quite well, and Brett Gardner got the walk-off in the bottom of the 10th. As usual, full game review will come tomorrow morning.
In transaction news, the Yanks sent Lance Pendleton back down to AAA. Also, Amaury Sanit was released. Sanit had just been sent to the DL for his elbow.
Also, Scott Kazmir has been released from the LA Angels. According to Alden Gonzalez:
Cashman said he hasn’t looked into the possibility of acquiring Scott Kazmir but will eventually. “I know he’s struggled,” he said.
We’ll keep you posted on any Kazmir rumors.
Anyway, a WIN for the Yanks. Use this as an open thread. Have a good night everyone.
Brian Gordon (5-0, 1.14 in AAA) vs. (7-3, 3.09)
Nick Swisher RF
Curtis Granderson CF
Mark Teixeira 1B
Robinson Cano 2B
Andruw Jones LF
Jorge Posada DH
Russell Martin C
Eduardo Nunez SS
Ramiro Pena 3B
Enjoy the game.
UPDATE, 4:59 PM
Yankees optioned RHP Lance Pendleton to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
Yankees released RHP Amaury Sanit.
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NEW YORK — Growing up near Baltimore, Mark Teixeira used to marvel at the switch-hitting exploits of Eddie Murray, passing through the turnstiles wondering which side of the plate his hero would homer from that night.
Now Teixeira has equaled the Hall of Famer in at least one category, homering from both sides of the plate for the 11th time in his career, helping lead the charge in a 12-4 victory over the Rangers on Wednesday at Yankee Stadium.