Better, a little bit better.
As the title might suggest, his major point of discussion is captured in the final sentence of the second graf: "Considering Josh Towers is 1-8, it's a semi-miracle that Toronto has stayed close to the Red Sox and Yankees, maybe because everyone else in the East has lost important chess pieces, as well."Now, this isn't about Towers, of course. But it does raise an interesting question ...
We'll do the same thing here, with a few minor revisions, for the Jays' vaunted neighbor in Gotham, the 26-time World Champion New York Yankees, to see what we can learn about pinstriped prospects in the forthcoming campaign.
But first, a quick look back at how we did in projecting the last two seasons for the New Yorkers ...
Now that I think of it, the Devil Rays have rarely had a good month.
A few questions ...
Suzie went and left us for some foreign guy
Long nights crying by the record machine
dreaming of my Chevy and my old blue jeans
Am I right? ...am I wrong?
And you may tell yourself
My god!...what have I done?
The cigarettes we burn
The books we claim to read
away from men who made the grade
out in a world of their own
They'll never come down
until the battle's lost or made
I want now
and it's a whole lot more
Bad apples affecting the pure
You'll gather your senses I'm sure