The Yankee beat: Hughes, Pettitte, and Gardner

The Yankees got a strong start from CC Sabathia tonight and the offense continued to click as they beat the Texas Rangers 7-4. Here is our recap.

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2 Responses to The Yankee beat: Hughes, Pettitte, and Gardner

  1. hotdog says:

    They are bringing Mitcehll up for a reason. I don't think Garcia gets Hughes spot if he gets demoted. I would imagine that a guy like Mitchell could get a spot start if Pettite is delayed for any reason. So eventually the rotation would be, Sabathia, Nova, Pettite, Kuroda and Hughes/Phelps/Mitchell. Kuroda came up big last night when we needed to win a close low scoring game.

  2. Yankee Marc says:

    Must agree hotdog as Hughes and even Nova haven't look sharp in the past couple of games let's hope Nova doesn't head down Hughes path. Sabathia, Kuroda, Pettite, Nova, and probably Phelps sounds like the rotation for now if Phelps looks adequate that is. It's early in the season so lets hope they straighten things out pitching wise but the hitting is also an issue.

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