Yankees Lose 9 In A Row For 1st Time In 41 Years…And Still Not A Peep From Hal
Good morning, Sports fans! Davey Mac here with another Sports Report for ya and today I’m getting right into it because I’m hopping mad! The Yankees are not just awful…they are becoming historically terrible at this point!
The Yanks lost their ninth straight game last night as they fell to the Nationals…2 to 1. They just can’t hit! They cannot freakin’ hit! No offense! NONE! It is the first time the Yankees have lost nine straight games in 41 years!
You gotta go all the way back to 1982 for a 9-game losing streak! And yet…where the hell is owner Hal Steinbrenner?! Hey doofus, you need to address this crisis in the Bronx, you coward!
And, according to Elias Sports Bureau, the Yankees are in danger of losing ten straight for the first time since 1913. The Yanks drop to 60 and 65, are in last place in the A.L. East, and may finish this terrible season under .500 for the first time in 30 years.
The Yankees have been outscored 53-20 and have not held a lead since the second inning of its 11-3 loss in Atlanta on Aug. 14. What is Hal Steinbrenner doing?! Why is no one getting fired?! Seriously!
How have general manager Brian Cashman and manager Aaron Boone kept their jobs?! FIRE EVERYONE TODAY, Hal! Otherwise, you are truly a weak man and awful owner.
What would Hal’s dad, George, think of all this? I mean…he’d probably have half the roster and the coaches and front office shipped to Siberia by now! And he’d be right to do it!
This is embarrassing and totally unacceptable! Fix this NOW, Hal. And if you don’t have the passion and guts to be a sports franchise owner…then SELL THE TEAM. If you aren’t into it, Hal, get out while you and the Yankee organization still have a little dignity left. I’m Davey Mac…that’s my two cents.
The Mets lost to the Braves…3 to 2. The Mets drop to 59 and 68.
The Phillies beat the Giants…4 to 3. Bryce Harper slugged his 11th home run of the year…and Trea Turner had the game-winning hit in the bottom of the ninth. The Phils improved to 69 and 57 for the season.
The White Sox fired executive vice president Ken Williams and general manager Rick Hahn, effective immediately, the team announced Tuesday. “Ultimately, the well-worn cliche that professional sports is results-oriented is correct,” owner Jerry Reinsdorf said in a statement. See, Hal?! THAT’S how a REAL owner acts!
Football. The Jets’ Aaron Rodgers says that he agrees with head coach Robert Saleh’s decision to start Rodgers against the Giants this Saturday in the final preseason game for the team. It is the first preseason game Rodgers will play in since 2018.
Meanwhile, Baker Mayfield will replace Tom Brady as the starting quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He says, quote, “I know how talented I am. I know what type of leader I am . . . everybody’s excited here.” Wow. From Brady to Baker. Good luck, Bucs fans!
Basketball. The National Basketball Players Association intends to file a grievance disputing the NBA’s $100,000 fine for James Harden over public comments he made earlier this month expressing displeasure after the Philadelphia 76ers failed to trade him. Harden called out 76ers president of basketball operations Daryl Morey for not trading him after Harden opted into his $35.6 million contract for the 2023-24 season.
The Philadelphia Flyers signed defenseman Oliver Bonk, their first-round pick in this year’s draft, to a three-year deal this week. Bonk was the No. 22 overall pick in the June draft…and he took part in the team’s development camp the following month.
That’s Today’s Davey Mac Sports Report! Catch previous Sports Reports in the Sports Report section for daily sports awesomeness! BOOM!
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