New York Yankees: Can Jose Contreras really be this bad? Staked to a nice lead by his mates yesterday, the second-year player out of Cuba never made it out of the third inning against the team that also coveted his services when he fled the island two years ago. Jack Curry examines his struggles in today's New York Times. "I'm not angry at him or upset or disappointed," manager Joe Torre told Curry. "It's just something we're going to get right before this thing is over because his stuff is electric. It's a matter of him feeling what he's supposed to feel like."
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