Guess the same could be said for the Texas Rangers. They only got 1 run off him in seven innings pitched. I noticed you weren't here when the Yankees were on the winning streak. Nothing to whine about?
You don't stick around the majors for more than a decade without knowing a little bit about pitching. Millwood knew that he had working and he used it very well yesterday. In fact, the only thing that may be bothering him today is his neck because he shook off Montero so many times. He pitched a game to his strengths that day and he obviously knows how to pitch. The Yankees aren't exactly hitting the cover off the ball either. Other than Cano and Ibanez, pretty much everyone else is struggling.