Royals Nightly
Saturday, May 01, 2004
Games 21-22- Yankees Best Royals Twice (7-15)
Curtis Leskanic never rests, and never lets us down, posting a nice 4 earned runs, 2 walks and 3 hits in 2/3rds of an inning.

Umm, what more is there to say than the obvious- the Yankees are just a much better team. Last night was about the best B. Anderson can pitch, and it still wasn't very good. The Royals were totally shut down by Vasquez, and aside from another homer by Hollywood Harvey, the offense was listless.

Today, Ruben Sierra partied like it was 1989 - the year he was totally robbed of the MVP by the scattered remains of Robin Yount who benefited from the well-established Cheese Belt media bias-- hitting a grand slam and a three-run homer.

The Royals paid tribute to last season's miracle run to 83 wins by starting a wholly anyomous E. Villacis against the previously dead John Leiber.
Check out our boy's impressive stats page:


Again, the sucess of Harvey is noted and I would also like to add the Camp/Field duo out of the pen continues to be vaguely good... and certainly better than Leskanic/Grimmy.


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