VIDEO: Gerrit Cole Eye-Rolls At Latest Yankee Outfielder Blunder

Gerrit Cole has done everything asked of him thus far this season. As the New York Yankees' undisputed ace, he's gone 5-0 thus far to lead the majors in wins, with a microscopic 1.11 ERA. So when Yankee fans' whipping boy Aaron Hicks does his best (worst?) to sabotage an inning, Cole has every right to react this way:

After Hicks dove for, and spectacularly missed, a fly ball to left field, Cole could be seen rolling his eyes in disgust. The Texas Rangers would score two runs later in the inning—the only two Cole allowed—as a result. 

In fairness to Hicks on this one, it does appear that he might have lost the ball in the lights at the last second. At least that's what the broadcast team felt. 

But that won't do anything to appease Cole, or certainly Yankee fans, who have had enough of Hicks. The beleaguered outfield is having his fifth straight vastly  underperforming season in Pinstripes, batting .147 in 14 games with a nearly invisible .384 OPS. 

And his fielding isn't winning over anybody either, as it was just two games earlier that he was also unable to make a play in left field:

Hicks has been justifiably hearing it from the Bronx Boobirds. The bad news is, he'll continue to find his way into the lineup, what with Giancarlo Stanton still out for a while, and now Aaron Judge's status uncertain after leaving Thursday's game due to right hip discomfort. 

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