Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Painful observations

A couple of things are becoming painfully obvious as I listen to the Yankees beat the crap out of the Red Sox:

1) Kevin Millar might be the worst player in MLB. Just like clockwork, he made another error at first base tonight.

2) Derek Lowe is more easily rattled than Thurston Howell III at a Jay-Z concert. After Nomar made his second error of the evening, a visibly upset (or so it was described on the radio) Lowe proceeded to give up a bomb to Gary Sheffield.

And finally,

3) Tony Clark hit a homerun. Whenever that happens, you might as well pack it in because Armageddon's right around the corner.