8.30: OAK/NYY Postgame- Ray & Glen Wrap
Well you know I think the thing that stands out today ray is. The difference with the Cleveland Indians lineup and the New York Yankees. And and I say that in all seriousness we know the names obviously that Trevor hale. You get away with a fastball down the middle without a lot of that -- your team -- you just can't get away with that against the Yankees did not have that good sinker tonight and it shows. Holy estate over the years and regardless of whether Trevor -- gallery any other pitchers and when you're facing the Yankees you have to throw strikes because they are very patient they'll make you work. And even after Trevor Cahill on the a's score three runs the first inning before it took about thirty pitches in the first inning. -- -- and all of a sudden it's a tie game three to three so those pitches again that you might get away with a certain hitters certain teams. Against the Yankees and maybe it was just. Trevor is good so well all season maybe just back to back starts he has not had his good stuff and we're just -- Comparing it to Cleveland who obviously does not have a lot of the Yankees have but regardless. It was that Damon went -- hope especially for about the first inning something that could have built on. As the game progressed if they would have gotten into that got in the past him and -- happen tonight and the Yankees took off and a -- -- You guys certainly those two home runs to back to. -- to share and you know they did just squeaked into the first row that they were also screaming line drive that cut -- 307. He -- All in all just to -- Yankees. Offense and that's the way it is when you face a team like this so didn't get -- after tomorrow but don't we knew this is going to be tough for being -- Yeah I just hope that that was the first game -- will bounce back the vendors -- out tomorrow night them as -- he's coming back home last year and one of those rain -- -- he struggled a little bit but let's hope he's more accustomed to pitching Yankees didn't assault but it doesn't rain and LS family and friends here in LA -- have a good adding to get started at least for the -- three games of the series.
Ray Fosse and Glen Kuiper break down the Yankees' offensive explosion against Trevor Cahill and the A's.