Tough Start for Igawa

“Please don’t compare me to Matsuzaka,” said Igawa after the game through an interpreter,”but as a Japanese, I have to do my job.”Igawa Walking Back to the Dugout After a Poor 2nd Inning

Well my friend, I dont think anyone will try to make that comparison anytime soon.

Kei Igawa didn’t have a pretty debut for the Yankees but luckly A-Rod showed up to play, hitting a grand slam in the 9th inning to win the game for the Yankes 7-6.

Igawa’s Line: 5 innings, 8 hits, 7 runs, and an ERA of 12.60

Well at least he’s consistent with the rest of the Yankees starting pitching…

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