The Yankees had another lackluster effort today.
Andy Pettitte had one bad inning in the second, and it cost the Yankees the game.
A solo home run by Jason Giambi in the ninth was the only offense the Yankees could muster against AJ Burnett, who was pitching on three days' rest, on a 90 pitch count and pitched into the ninth inning.
It is certainly not the way the Yankees wanted to go into the All Star Break, but, like their entire season so far, the offense is non existent.
Check back tomorrow for some more detailed insight into the first half of the Yankees' 2008 season.
Sunday, July 13, 2008