Thursday, October 18, 2012

The Brooms Were Busy Today


The brooms were very busy to today, sweeping all the garbage that was left after the New York Yankees were swept in their ALCS series against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. It's awesome to see the Yankees being put int heir place and being swept by Detroit.

All the Yankees men and all the Yankees money couldn't buy them a championship. Hooray. Hooray. I wonder how it feels for America's richest team to be humiliated like this? It feels good to everyone who dislikes the team. If you couldn't figure it out, I'm one of those people.

I did something I don't usually do when I want my team to win. I started writing this article at the start of the bottom of the 8th inning, with the Tigers leading 7-1. Well I didn't jinx the Tigers. They beat the Yankees. The Yankees can now watch the World Series from their homes. At least it will be warm there.

The Tigers were not afraid of New York. Detroit started the season in New York, where crowds were less than stellar and destroyed the Yankees in front of those people who were actually left in the stadium to witness the humiliation.

Yankees fans are usually in pompous and in your face. They weren't in games 1 and 2. It looked like both the Yankees and their fans were afraid of Detroit. They had a good reason to be. Detroit was the better team and they played with a purpose. You could tell Detroit was going to do everything to win the series.

The Yankees looked like deer in the headlights as they were beaten soundly by the Tigers. Seeing the Yankees being humiliated is awesome. I will never tire of being happy seeing the Yankees being destroyed in front of America.

So what's next for America's most obnoxious team? I don't know. Do you think they have to rebuild? Just kidding. They do have a decent squad. They wouldn't be in the ALCS if they weren't but they obviously have issues and they aren't a dominant team anymore. They used be feared and they used to have the confidence to get the job done.

Maybe they need a tweak here, a tweak there and some money thrown in to the pot. Whatever lies ahead for the Yankees they will be back in the big dance sometime. These are dark days for the team. As far as I'm concerned, the darker the better.

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