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PSA Comments of the Day 7/6/15: Off Day Open Thread

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While the Yankees did not sweep the Rays as we would have liked, they still won a series against a division rival. Now they get the day off before the Oakland Athletics come to town.

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There was no walk-off win yesterday afternoon. In fact, there was no win at all. Just sloppy, not good, downright piss-poor baseball by the Yankees. Still the Yankees took the series against the Rays and that definitely counts for something. There are still in sole possession of first place in the AL East, which totally matters on July 6th. What really matters is that the Yankees have just about reached the halfway point of the season and they are, for the most part, still playing well. The AL East is very much up for grabs and there's no reason why our beloved Bronx Bombers cannot claim it for their own. This is going to be a very interesting and possibly stressful trade deadline. Make sure to follow Pinstripe Alley for all your trade deadline coverage.

Comments of the Day

People. Still the worst.

Just about as poignant as the Fox Sports 1 "Fighting Spirit" analysis thing.

Chuck Knoblauch took to Twitter the other day and the results are much like his throws to first base at times.

GIF of the Day

A PSA classic, as sad as that might seem.


Honorable Mod Mention

Andrew wins, because he found that classic and much needed GIF up above.

Fun Questions

  • What is your favorite thing about the All Star Break?
  • What is your least favorite thing about the All Star Break

Song of the Day

Mueve La Cadera (Move Your Body) by Reel 2 Real ft. Proyecto Uno

It's Jock Jams week on Pinstripe Alley. Possibly one of the most cheesy filled dance music weeks on Pinstripe Alley. As always, please link us your song of the day.

Feel free to use this as your open thread for the day. Congrats to the US Women's National Soccer Team for winning the Women's World Cup last night. That was quite a way to win. I'm no expert on soccer, but scoring four goals in the first sixteen minutes of the match is a pretty sound strategy. It's similar to how the Yankees like to score a lot of first inning runs.

in the r-r-r-r-reggae spanish style