Thursday, July 5, 2018

Yankee Hurler Sonny Gray's TWITTER Account Is Hacked After Sox Shelling

Plea From Sox Fans
Not long after Sonny Gray was blitzed by the Red Sox 11-0 last Saturday, his Twitter account was hacked. Gray lasted 2.1 innings—giving up six earned runs (including a first-inning "salami" to Rafael Devers). Of course, it didn't help that he was opposed by Chris Sale—who had an epic Yankee-killing performance that same day (7IP, 0ERs, 1H, 11Ks). After the debacle, Gray was appropriately contrite, "I expect to come out and perform and make it fun. The way I've thrown the ball, I don't think it's been fun. I feel like we're the best team in baseball four out of five days, and then I come out and do that." Now, on July 4th, a hack appears to have taken place—replete with vulgarities on Gray's Twitter account that we will not repeat here. Suffice it to say that Yankee fans are not that happy with Gray's contributions to The Pinstriped Posers so far—as evidenced by the lusty booing as he exited the field of play last weekend. So far, as a member of The Bronx Embalmers, Gray is 9-13 with a 4.68 ERA. In 27 starts, he's given up almost as many hits as innings pitched—producing a less-than-ace-like WHIP of 1.399. Oh, well. Life in the big (disgusting) city. Gray's next start is Friday night—thankfully (for him) in another country (Canada).