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The Houston Astros don’t play the Cleveland Indians until May 18th-20th at Minute Maid Park. That’s two-and-a-half weeks away. But you can rest assure the Astros won’t forget. Anybody that accuses them of a serious baseball offense, which they either did or most likely did not, will definitely be bulletin board material.
Not only will it be a chance for the Astros to shut Bauer up should he pitch against us then. But it will also be a chance to exact revenge on the Indians since they took five of six from us last season. That was before we went on a run to the point where we were going to beat them in the playoffs had they gotten by the Yankees.
What Bauer is doing is putting himself above his teammates, who mind you, are another talented team looking for the World Series crown. But this could potentially come back to bite them. Bauer can’t defeat the Astros with a bat. But if his teammates don’t solve Houston’s rotation, then Bauer is officially a poster child for the term popularly known as fake news.
For right now, let’s enjoy this series with the Yankees because it’s a potential postseason rematch. We should be pleased with our success as a team. Even Aaron Boone, the Yankees’ skipper, is on our side. Regardless of what anyone says, whether a fan or opposing player, they should just worry about their team and not waste their life trying to come up with intriguing evidence on the defending World Series champions.