Anyway, the Rangers are routing the Yankees this weekend...I mean who cares New York is due for tons of losses anyway.
What I mean is though, a New York bad start is still first place in the AL / NL West.
Then you get this big scoring game on teams like Texas against a big winner and record setter last year New York.
Now under the new rules umpires are making these bad calls and extending the inning too long and then Texas had to hot twice in one inning.
Under the new rules a batter pitch clock violation or something is a strike....on two strikes a bad play by the hitter can result in an out with no swing on the violation, mix this with bad calls and you get TWICE probably by umpire against Texas kept them up at bat too long.
Two outs and two strikes and the umpire refuses to call the low strike, then he kept Texas at the bat for like six more hitters doing that refusing to call low strikes...wearing the hitters out in a rout of the Yankees on Texas making them hit too long when they were already winning.