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A-Rod disappoints and Curtis delights fans
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August 14, 2010  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

A-Rod disappoints and Curtis delights fansThe stage was set for Alex Rodriguez to hit No. 599 or even 600 but baseball fans were left disappointed at the Yankee stadium on Wednesday. However, they soon a new reason to cheer as a new kid on the baseball ground, Colin Curtis, hit his first home run in the major leagues.

Celebrating the 10th cancer-free year of his life, Curtis was abruptly summoned off the Yankees’ bench by Joe Girardi to assume the 0-2 count by Brett Gardner with two on and one out in the 7th innings and stroked a high drive onto the right field bleachers.

From NYdailynews.com:

And yet, considering all the circumstances, one would have to agree that there was something far sweeter and purer about the first home run in the major leagues by a guy who just celebrated his 10th anniversary of being cancer-free than Alex Rodriguez hitting No. 599 or even 600. No offense to A-Rod, who’s had a noble enough renaissance as a Yankee since he distanced himself from his longtime Svengali, Scott Boras, but I think a lot of people kind of stopped counting his homers at 553, his total at the beginning of the 2009 season when he admitted to having been a steroids cheat.

So even though the A-Rod watch might have been on, the moment that everyone at the new Stadium will doubtless now remember for a long, long time – if only because it was so unexpected – was the 25-year-old Curtis stroking a high drive into the right field bleachers after being abruptly summoned off the bench with two on and one out in the seventh inning by Joe Girardi to assume the 0-2 count by Brett Gardner, who had just been ejected by home plate umpire Paul Emmel.

This from a guy who was not even on the Yankees’ 40-man roster this spring (and thus exposed to the Rule Five draft last December) who had all of 27 home runs in 1,611 minor league at-bats.

Curtis diligently worked on the count against Angels reliever Scot Shields to 3-2 and make the score 10-5 from 7-5 in no time, which made fans erupt in celebrations.

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