Thursday==>Last night out at Citi Field the struggling Yankees (20-19) got a bit of revenge as we beat The Mets (19-20) 4-0 on their home turf.
The totally amazing Masahiro Tanaka pitched a complete game, giving up only 4 hits, no walks and striking out 8. He improved his season record to 6-0 and has become our ace, without a doubt.
It was an exciting game for a Yankee fan to watch.
Tonight at 7:10pm will be the final game of the 4-game Subway Series. On the mound for The Yankees will be Chase Whitley (0-0) vs. Jacob DeGrom (0-0) for The Mets.
Both starting pitchers are making their Major League debuts. This should be interesting. I can't imagine the pressure they must be feeling.
Yes, your favorite blogger will be in the cozy confines of PHC to watch the game on his awesome 42” TV.
Moving on ...
The 9/11 MUSEUM will official open today in a dedication ceremony with President Obama, local elected officials and a selection of persons who lost family members.
It will open to the general public at 11:00am on Wednesday, May 21st. I will be attending with Dian Crystal aka My Lady, who secured us reservations.
I know this will be an emotional experience, which I will share with you loyal and faithful readers and followers at the appropriate time.
In closing==>I am really excited about my upcoming weekend out at Sag Harbor in The Hamptons. This will be the last blog posting until I return to Manhattan on Sunday.
Total mileage for 2014==>477.91 miles (average 3.57 miles per day)
“Don’t pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he’ll just kill you.