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There’s no crying in baseball

Posted by: Peter Abraham - Posted in Misc on Jul 21, 2007 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

At least that’s what Jimmy Dugan said. But according to several reports I read about the game on Friday night, Edwar Ramirez teared up while answering questions after the game and the interview had to be ended by one of the team officials.

Now I wasn’t there and maybe there’s some other problem beyond throwing 2 strikes in 19 pitches against Tampa Bay.

But Yankees aren’t supposed to cry.

Edwar, come back to us. You’re missing a “D” in your name and a good breeze will knock you over. We know it’s tough. But you’ll get a chance to pitch again. It’s only one game in July.

There is always hope. They’re bringing back Matt DeSalvo! Carl Pavano started on Opening Day!

Dry those tears, young man. There’s no crying in baseball.




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