When the New Jersey Nets lost to the Miami Heat in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, my mind immediately went to the Yankees.
If the Yankees lose, it’s all over.
That’s the reality of the modern-day New York sports landscape, and I was all for it.
But as much as I love watching the Yankees, I don’t want to watch them because of the Hunkleys.
I don�t care if it’s a good game or not.
I just want to know that the team is going to be OK.
And even though I am a Yankee fan, I�m not one who watches games at the Brooklyn Biltmore, so I don �t want to go to the Bilt as much.
That is where I would like to go.
But even if I can go, I am still not a fan of the team.
First off, it�s not a great rivalry.
The Yankees and Mets have played four times in the postseason, and in that span, the Yankees have won two games and lost one.
The Mets have been a playoff team all season, winning a championship in the 2016 postseason.
This is a team that has been on the rise, and the Yankees are not the same team as they were just a year ago.
Second, the team has lost more than a handful of games.
The most recent was a 3-1 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies on June 10, 2016, which put the Yankees down 2-1 in the first round of the playoffs.
The team has also lost two games in a row to the Los Angeles Dodgers, one of the most disappointing teams in the National League.
Third, the Hunks have a good player.
The best player in the league at his position is Mark Teixeira, who is currently playing for the Yankees in the MLB All-Star Game.
I would have liked to see more production from Teix in that game, but Teix has done enough this season that he is not a factor.
Teix was not on the Yankees roster for Game 3, but he did show up at the plate for the win.
This past year, the Mets went through a great stretch where they were ranked fourth in the NL in runs scored, second in runs allowed and tied for fourth in runs created.
Teijo, who also has played well for the Mets, has been a pleasant surprise this season.
In the playoffs, he has scored three runs and allowed only one hit, while adding three walks and two strikeouts.
Tei, who turns 25 in June, has proven to be one of those players who can turn a good performance into a great one, but for the most part, he�s done enough to not have made an impact.
Teig, meanwhile, has played all of 2016 with a fractured foot, and while he did not have a great postseason, he had a decent regular season and a good postseason.
I have no problem with Teig playing for another team.
I want him to stay with the Mets.
He is a good pitcher and he has the talent.
But the team needs to find a way to make him more comfortable in the lineup.
I can understand if they want to keep him.
But if they have to go in another direction, that is not the way to do it.
For example, I have never heard a negative thing about how the Mets have handled Teix.
After Game 3 in New York, Teix played well and he pitched two scoreless innings for the team to win.
Then, after the Mets lost Game 5 in Philadelphia, Teijos pitch was ruled a strikeout, and it turned into a walk.
That was the same thing with the Yankees this season, when Teijs pitch was a strike out.
Teigs pitch is not one of his strengths, but it was not one he was able to capitalize on.
The more he can get comfortable in this lineup, the better he will be able to compete for a starting role in the rotation.
The last thing I want to do is criticize the Hunkerys.
I think they are doing great.
I mean, if you are a Mets fan, you have to respect them.
If you are not, then I would just watch the Yankees because of my loyalty to the franchise.
That may sound harsh, but the Yankees were not the team that I watched at the B.I.T.E. conference tournament in June.
They had no shot to make it to the NCAA tournament.
In addition, they lost two key players on the team, including center fielder Carlos Beltran, who was drafted in the sixth round of this year�s draft.
But despite losing Beltran to free agency, they were able to find another position player, which was one of their most important players, first baseman Miguel Sano.
He hit .284 with six home runs and 28 RBIs