I think it's safe to say Bird has a nice healthy shoulder right meow.
Holiday with a bomb himself. Torres a couple of hits and a rib. Gary keeps on hitting. Starting to get interested in Billy McKinney. Murdered a baseball as well for a 2run shot. Mateo with some nice pops as well.
Warren looked good again going 3 innings and only giving up a solo shot. 1 hit. BP 6 innings of dominance.
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Sorry guys. Looks like you'll have to deal with David Price this year.
"Typical Morehead!"..................and he didn't even mean that as a compliment..
In the early 1990s, the Yankees had a farm system percolating with Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte, Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera and Bernie Williams. They would go on to form the nucleus of teams that won four World Series championships in five years and make 13 consecutive playoff appearances.
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Man Pineda looked great today. 5ks in 6 outs. Gary goes yard again. Bats look ready for April.