Get us to La La Land, Sevy.
I actually did this on Friday and forgot to post it.
I wonder if Babe Ruth forgot about 2004? And if he didn't, would he be looking for revenge tonight, with Terry Francona as manager.
Oh...it's been a long time that's we've had a night like tonight.
The Yankees are BACK in the ALDS, as they get ready to face the Cleveland Indians in a best of five series.
The Yankee Postseason is ALIVEEEEEEEEE!
By making this sketch, let's just stay I miss the old New York.
Now this is what's suppose to sound like in the Bronx!
Ever since the new Yankee Stadium has been built, the one major problem the Yankees have always had was the crowd the not generating the same crowd noise the old stadium use to generate.
And that's fine. Maybe it's because the stadium is built differently. Which is something you really fix overnight.
But the structure of the stadium is not the problem. It's the the non-fans who are attending the stadium. That's the problem.
Sexual, athletic ... without a trace of self conscuiousness.
The words that were said when Eli Manning was auditioning for the new (or old) Clavin Klein clinique ad. It's almost the same words they used for Kramer, when he picked for the ad, back in 1992.
But no, this isn't really Eli. Just a hype caricature sketch for today's New York Giants opener against the Dallas Cowboys.
And the reason I used a Seinfeld theme is because Eli is actually a big Seinfeld fan - like I am. Also this episode which is called "The Pick", where Kramer had an idea for a fragrance called "The Beach" where you smell like you just came from the beach. But Clavin Klein stole the idea, causing Kramer to go see Clavin personally and Clavin brushed off the anger Kramer had with an opportunity to do an underwear photoshoot.
Not only Joe Girardi performs Green Day's iconic "Wake Me Up When September Ends", in order to embody this song he had to look like Billie Joe Armstrong.
I was watching BET Jams and they televised this rare, live performance from Aaliyah and I had to post it.
I knew today was the anniversary of Aaliyah's death, but I didn't wanna talk about because it was so sad. Although - like I said - I just saw this performance and I had to post it because it brought me back to the good ole days of hearing this song, "Try Again" and how big of a song it was.
This performance just had...a good vibe about it. I just simply felt good watching this video. I guess that's vibe Aaliyah brought to the stage.
R.I.P. Baby Girl
Joe Girardi played this game as if the Yankees already clinched a playoff spot.
He also played this game like the Wild Card spot is still sole possession.
I'm never the one to bash on Girardi. He's done an incredible job with this young team; he truly has. But last night was one of those games where he always says: "if you have a chance to win a game, you do it" -- and he didn't win it.
Good to see the Diceman, Andrew "Dice" Clay, back on television last night, on the "Late Show" with Stephen Colbert.
He actually had a good interview with Conan O'Brien, a couple of months ago.
When Colbert realized Clay was a Jewish he seemed surprised. Because really -- let's be honest --the first time you see Clay you think: an Italian guy from Brooklyn.
The first time I knew Clay was Jewish was a couple of years ago, when Gene Simmons has reality show called "Gene Simmons Family Jewels" and it was an episode where Simmons was getting roasted on Comedy Central. Clay was one of the guests to roast Simmons and explained how he and Simmons were both Jewish and how Clay's son had a crush on Simmons' daughter (Sophie). Clay said he wanted to have a Jewish culture wedding for his son and Simmons' daughter.
Gary Sanchez is hot again! Hits a solo bomb off Mets top starter, Jacob DeGrom.
Ron Darling in the SNY booth spoke about how Sanchez's finish reminded him of Albert Pujols. Which is something I've said last year, when Sanchez came up.
It's Sanchez's 21st homer of the year and 4th in seven games.
This weekend against the Boston Red Sox, Joe Girardi's emotions have been a roller coaster.
We can't forget about Aaron Hicks being one of those genius trades, by Brian Cashman.
Talk about Hicks who isn't really a big name coming off the D.L and make an immediate difference to a team that's been nonexistent offensively and to be the reason why the Yankees win, is unbelievable.
When Hicks hits the two-run homerun in the bottom 8th, to make it a 3-2 deficit, everyone was thrilled, the whole stadium went nuts, every Yankee fan on Twitter was wilding out, but, the Red Sox still had the lead. Of course, 3-2 is better than 3-0, but still the Sox could easily get these three outs and the inning's over.
Even though the Red Sox still had the lead, it felt like something good was about to happen. On a night and couple of days of the Yankees being abysmal offensively, this two-run homerun by a our fourth outfielder made us believe we can win this game.
Hicks gave this team life; he awoken the stadium; someone who was at the ballgame tweeted: they couldn't remember Yankees Stadium being this loud. That's saying something.
It was incredible what Hicks did tonight. One of those nights he'll always remember.