Baseball's Ignorance Benefits Yankees

June 27, 2012 12:00 AM

Baseball's Ignorance Benefits Yankees

" It would be nice to just focus on Phil Hughes right now.

After a disaster of a start in Atlanta, Hughes got back onto the track he was riding over the last few weeks against the Indians at the Stadium on Tuesday night. He threw eight shutout innings, struck out six and kept the ball in the ballpark for just the second time all season.

Hughes finishes June with a 4-1 record and a 2.67 ERA , his best work in a long time and an extended enough run of success to make you think that his work in Tuesday's 6-4 win was the kind of thing we should get used to seeing over the rest of the season. But we can't just talk about Hughes.

We'd love to talk about the Yankees finally seeing their luck with runners in scoring position moving in the right direction as balls skittered off Indians defenders during a three-run first inning that provided much reassurance that things usually wind up evening out over the course of the season "

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