Say this much for the Washington Nationals: They’re trying. The Nats are on the field now for early BP.
Then Tony Pena came out, had Frankie Cervelli set up next to a wall and hit him hard groundballs to simulate wild pitches. That Tony Pena, he’s a nice guy. But he’s crazy.
Meanwhile, our old pal Krazy Kyle Farnsworth got bit by his own dog. Every time you think the Yankees are having problems in the bullpen, remember this: It could be much, much worse.
Sam Borden’s latest SNY.TV column is on how the Yankees have to take care of business.
Finally, here are a few photos from Monument Park. It’s a very nice layout. But it’s just so strange that it’s under a sports bar and covered up with nets. The Yankees should have put the bullpens on two tiers in right field and placed Monument Park in left field where everybody could see it.
Meanwhile, there are black shades that get pulled down during games to cover up the plaques because they interfere with the vision of the batter. That seems a little weird. How could they have planned it that badly?
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