Daily Archives: October 30, 2009

Great News! Blanton, Not Lee, To Start Game 4

The Yankees got some great news today when Phillies manager Charlie Manuel announced that he will use right handed pitcher Joe Blanton and not left handed ace Cliff Lee in game 4 of the World Series according to the AP. … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry About A-Rod

In the past Yankee fans haven’t expect much out of Alex Rodriguez in October, but he’s changed all of that this season, but in his first ever World Series he is once again shrinking at the big stage. If you … Continue reading

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Blown Calls a Lingering Issue in World Series

The umpires last night blew two double play calls in a row last night, starting with Johnny Damon’s “line out” in the seventh and then Mark Teixeira’s “great stretch” in the eighth. In the end, it evened out. Do you think … Continue reading

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Girardi Was Right and Matt Was Wrong

After the lineups were posted yesterday and before the game started our very own Matt Imbrogno wrote an article criticizing a couple of the moves that Yankees manager Joe Girardi decided to make in the lineup. Now don’t get me … Continue reading

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