Anderson's Game Never Gets Out of the Slow Lane
That should have been enough data right there to make Juan Rivera the starting left fielder and Anderson the designated hitter, especially taking into consideration that Anderson has been in left only twice since Sept. 20 because of injuries, old age and an inability to shift it into high gear.
Yankees Execute a Fly-By
Maybe if Garret Anderson had been positioned a little differently or had gotten a little better of a jump on Robinson Cano's first-inning drive, the Angel left fielder would have been able to run it down instead of watch it sail over his head for a three-run double.
You get the idea.