April 12, 2012 12:00 AM
" When the Yankees lost their first three games of the season, there were plenty of people who reacted as if they had just been swept out of the playoffs.
To those people, admonitions that it was a long season fell on deaf ears because they would only be satisfied by spotless record with 162 wins, although such a record would be impossible in their perfect world because no Yankee hitter would ever make an out so no game could ever end.
There's no way to please such people.
So we imagine that they will be just as crabby as the Yankees make their way home from Baltimore for their first Yankee Stadium games of the season.
After all, it took the Yankees extra innings to beat the Orioles in two of their three straight wins over the perennial AL East whipping boys and no Yankee team worth its salt should ever have any kind of a problem beating a bunch of twerps with birds on their hats "
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