Monday, August 2, 2010

Oh A.J., A.J., A.J....

(Photo courtesy of The AP)

You suck.  You officially fucking suck.

Seriously, get fucked and then go step in front of one of those double decker tour buses in the city.  Because that's the only way you're going to be able to consistently help this team.

I know there are going to be roster decisions to make when Andy comes back in a few weeks, but I, for one, would keep Dustin Moseley around.  With the complete wildcard that A.J. has become, there is no way to count on him for anything.  If he's going to keep this shit up, I would dump his ass on the DL with a phantom injury down the stretch and go to battle with CC, Andy, Javy, Hughes, and Moseley.


"Our captain and leader has not left us, today, tomorrow, this year, next ... Our endeavors will reflect our love and admiration for him."

Thurman Munson: 1947-1979

With all due respect to Derek Jeter, Munson was the greatest and most beloved Yankee captain of all time.  He is still greatly missed today.  One of the handful of Yankees that I'm truly upset that I never got to see play or come out on Old Timer's Day.

Ahh, Mets Fans. Always Good For A Laugh

It's a slow day in the Yankee blogosphere as everybody is catching up on the weekend series and the Yanks' deadline deals, which I, being the master of awesomeness that I am, was already light years ahead of.  So that being the situation, why not take a moment to make fun of the Mets and their sadsack fanbase again?  OK, here we go:

Surprisingly enough, that actually WASN'T Mike Pelfrey making his way to the bullpen to warm up or Jerry Manuel going out to the mound for a pitching change.  But it might as well have been with the way the Mets have played lately, so it acts as the perfect visual metaphor for their suckiness.  Go ahead, watch it again.  You know you want to.

Video via Deadspin