Here's the one we're pretty much not gonna win.
"Why?" you might ask, had you not been keeping up on he matchups. The answer is simple:
|2010 - John Lackey||10-6||23||22||0||0||0||0||140.2||160||74||70||11||55||88||4.48||1.53|
|2010 - CC Sabathia||13-5||23||23||2||0||0||0||158.0||144||63||56||12||55||127||3.19||1.26|
Kind of ugly, isn't it? Oh well, so it goes.
08/07/10 4:10 PM EDT
|Boston Red Sox||New York Yankees|
|Marco Scutaro - SS||Derek Jeter - SS|
|Jed Lowrie - 2B||Nick Swisher - RF|
|David Ortiz - DH||Mark Teixeira - 1B|
|Victor Martinez - C||Robinson Cano - 2B|
|Adrian Beltre - 3B||Jorge Posada - C|
|Mike Lowell - 1B||Lance Berkman - DH|
|J.D. Drew - RF||Curtis Granderson - CF|
|Bill Hall - LF||Brett Gardner - LF|
|Darnell McDonald - CF||Ramiro Pena - 3B|
Kalish takes a seat a game after he hit his first major league home run, because it's not like he's consistently hit lefties better in the minors or anything. Or will have to face major league lefties on a regular basis. Oh, no, wait a minute...
Meanwhile the Lance Berkman deal is already paying dividends for the
Yankees Red Sox as a BP line drive off his bat to Alex Rodriguez' leg has removed the mirror-kisser from the starting lineup.