• Yankees Pitcher Shane Greene Can't Throw To First To Save His Life

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jul 22, 2014
    The good news, we suppose, is that New York Yankees rookie pitcher Shane Greene didn't finish Monday night's game on the disabled list. Here's another look at it, so you can see exactly how awful Greene's throw to first was: So that's the silver lining, here's the reality: Greene had a really rough night fielding his position during the Yankees' 4-2 loss to the Texas Rangers. • In the fourth inning, Greene fielded a dribbler and made an off-balance throw that also flew high above first baseman Kelly Johns...
    Source: deadspin.com
    • Yankees pitcher Shane Greene commits three errors, including awful toss to first

      The good news, we suppose, is that New York Yankees rookie pitcher Shane Greene didn't finish Monday night's game on the disabled list. Given the Yankees luck with starting pitchers this season, that's something. So that's the silver lining, here's the …
      Source: yahoo.com

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