Two points and a question.
…..had a baby, it would look just like Red Sox first baseman Kevin Youkilis (see below).
If the three seasons prior to this year were not enough proof, this evening is the clinching evidence that there is a greater probability of someone confusing Kevin Youkilis for Angelina Jolie than there is a chance for any Yankees pitcher to make David Ortiz move his feet while standing in the batter’s box.
(And, no, it’s not When will the Yankees make Ortiz move his feet? – because we now know the answer is never.)
If Scott Proctor is now good enough to face Manny Ramirez and Trot Nixon in a huge spot, then why is he not good enough to face Mark Loretta in an even bigger spot? Why, in the name of sanity, use Tanyon Sturtze when the game is on the line? Why?