Same stuff different day for the Yankees last night. They didn't hit, at all, and they gave up the bulk of their runs with 2 outs. Another sloppy, lifeless loss as they continue to fall apart at the seams.
- Andy Pettitte gave up a run in the bottom of the 1st on 3 hits, another in the 4th, another in the 6th, and another in the 7th. He wasn't sharp at all with 2 strikes and couldn't put guys away when he needed to.
- The Yankees got their runs on a bases loaded, 2-out, 2-run single by David Adams in the 4th. It was the only inning in which they scored a run. Naturally.
- The middle of the order got a few hits here and there, none that mattered, and as a team the Yankee lineup was 1-6 with RISP and left 7 on base. Sigh.
- Chris Bootcheck joined Thomas Neal in making his Yankee debut and he was predictably awful in his 1 inning of work. Nothing else worth saying about last night. Just more bad baseball.