Anyone (still) Concerned about Yankees Offense?

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Last night the Yankees continued to beat up on the JV portion of their schedule by beating the Orioles 3-1. The victory marked their fourth win in their last five games, so any concerns during that stretch against Tampa Bay and the Mets are over, right?

Well for me, I'm still a little worried about the bats. It seems like most of these game the Yankees have not been able to capitalize or get going against the starting pitching, and have relied on beating up on the opposing team's bullpens. Yeah, things may be coming around, but I'd feel a lot better if they can beat up the starting pitching of the weak instead of getting to the bullpens, because getting to the bullpen is how you beat the good teams.

Speaking of concerns, you have to feel better about Javier Vazquez and Joba Chamberlain, right. Albeit it was against the Orioles, any outing they can get their confidence up is a good thing.

Hughes takes the mound tonight in search for his seventh win of the season.


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