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Sep 10
2008
11:53 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. The good news is the Yanks and Angels played a day game today, meaning I didn't have to wait until after midnight to see the Bombers fold. And did they ever fold.Up 2-0 early, it seemed like they might have...
Sep 9
2008
1:12 AM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. It's late, I'm not quite sure why I sat through that pitiful display of baseball, but I did. I spent most of the night as did the Yankee announcers, sick to my stomach. Michael Kay came right out and said...
Aug 10
2008
9:41 PM

by Brian
4
Click for full story. Today's gut-punch moment came in the bottom of the third when Andy Pettitte, of all people, got frazzled in the middle of an Angels' rally and balked. It led to the go-ahead run and even though the Yanks would come...
Aug 10
2008
12:18 AM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. How painful, you ask? Well, watch this clip. I'd rather watch that clip 60 straight times than watch a replay of the past two Yankee games.The disappointing thing about watching them these days is that it's very easy to see...
Aug 3
2008
8:07 PM

by Brian
8
Click for full story. Dramatic headline, yes, but also possibly true. Had the Yanks rolled over and died after being down 5-0 early in the game, or 9-8 late in the game, they would've not only lost another game in the standings to the...
Aug 3
2008
4:23 PM

by Brian
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Click for full story. I'm on my way out the door, I'll have much more later. Just had to say, I thought the Yanks lost this game twice, the resiliency they showed was unbelievable. This win means a lot more than one game in...
Aug 2
2008
8:30 PM

by Brian
5
Click for full story. The Bombers didn't need much more than their battery today. The Moose was dominant in his 7 innings of work, and really shouldn't have allowed any runs. The Angels plated two on what should have been a double play to...
Aug 1
2008
10:00 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. Sidney Ponson, Mariano Rivera. One of those pitchers held the mighty Angels lineup at bay tonight, the other couldn't get anyone out. One of those pitchers deserves all the credit in the world after this game, one is probably shaking...
Jul 31
2008
11:11 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. I think the headline sums up my thoughts after this game. Garland is far from dominant, this was probably the one game in the four game set which you had to say the Yanks had the pitching advantage, maybe Moose...
Aug 23
2007
12:49 AM

by Brian
4
Click for full story. Betemit gets the start at first, Matsui is DH'ing, again. I'm starting to wonder about his health. I thought the idea was to get days off for the older outfielders, plural.In other ex-Yankee news, Sheff's shoulder is hurt again, he's...
Aug 22
2007
6:03 PM

by Brian
0
Click for full story. I'm going to take the hit here. Obviously, the Yankee disaster last night was a direct result of my post earlier in the day. No team can hope to win when I put a monumental kibosh on them before the...
Aug 22
2007
1:34 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. It's game two of the Angels/Yanks tonight, and again, I'll be updating as I watch. A couple of quick pre-game notes to get us ready for the first pitch:It appears as though we're back to the personal catcher for Mike...
Aug 21
2007
1:53 AM

by Brian
Click for full story. I figured that I wouldn't be much use to anyone after the Yanks game tonight in Anaheim, so I'm going to jot down my notes as I watch the game and share them with you guys, in real time. There's...



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