Jeter drew one hit closer to #3,000 in the very first inning and only needs two more.
He didn’t have another hit in the game and left runners on base in the process.
Noesi was great in relief.
Colon was throwing meatballs.
We get three more cracks at the Rays in this series.
We’re not in first place anymore.
I had dinner at The Counter, so I didn’t dwell on tonight’s loss. (If you’ve never been to one of their restaurants, go.)
I’m so stuffed that my stomach can probably type this blog post all by itself.And so The Jeter Watch continues. Will he get his two hits tomorrow night? Or will he do it on Saturday when most of the country is blacked out by FOX? And when he does reach his milestone, will he make a speech like he did with the Gehrig thing? Oh, the drama.