And some in the Yankees organization believe, as the Red Sox broadcast hypothesized, that NY ace Luis Severino was tipping his pitches Monday in Game 4 of the AL Division Series, Fancred Sports reported Thursday.
During the AL wild-card game last week, another Yankees fan dumped a beer on an Oakland A's fan at Yankee Stadium. Unfortunately for them, Severino picked a bad time to turn in one of his worst performances of the season.
People in the Yankees organization are convinced Masahiro Tanaka was tipping his pitches during Monday night's 16-1 disaster against the Red Sox, Jon Heyman of WFAN and Fancred Sports reports.
NY was eliminated from the ALDS by the Red Sox on Tuesday.
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Losing to a stacked Red Sox team that won 108 games in the regular season is nothing to be ashamed of, though you can bet that the Yankees won't view it that way.
There was talk about the Yankees not giving Severino enough time to warm up before the game, but this theory seems to hold a lot more weight.
At one point, NESN's broadcast showed Jackie Bradley Jr.in the dugout, his hand not quit covering his mouth, saying "fastball" to Mookie Betts on an 0-and-2 pitch to Brock Holt in the second inning that was, in fact, a four-seam fastball that Holt fouled off to stay alive. Sure enough, he did. As for Severino, he'll need to work on this issue in the offseason, otherwise the Red Sox hitters will tee off on him again.