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    Yankees Spring Training Game 1- Bulls at Yankees

    Spring training Game 1: Bulls at Yankees

    February 29

    Here are the lineups

    Johnny Damon LF
    Derek Jeter SS
    Bobby Abreu RF
    Alex Rodriguez 3B
    Jason Giambi 1B
    Jorge Posada C
    Robinson Cano 2B
    Shelley Duncan DH
    Melky Cabrera CF
    Joba Chamberlain RHP

    Mike Consolmagno RF
    Ryan Lockwood CF
    Addison Maruszak SS
    Brian Hobbs DH
    Trey Manz C
    Chris Rey LF
    Charles Cleveland 3B
    Joey Angelberger 1B
    Jon Kocsco 2B
    Shawn Sanford RHP

    Notes: Consolmagno is from Staten Island. Must be a thrill for him to play against the Yankees. Ö Sanford is USFís closer. He has six strikeouts in 4.1 innings this season. Ö The Yankees last played the Bulls in 1982.

    Iím headed down to the field to watch BP. The game is at 1:15 and Iíll live blog as many innings as I can.

    UPDATE, 1:03 p.m.: The Yankees have Army paratroopers landing on the field. They always put on a show here.

    UPDATE, 1:12 p.m.: Theyíre introducing all the assorted Yankees coaches and instructors. Yogi Berra received the biggest cheer.

    UPDATE, 1:18 p.m.: They actually had a flyover after the National Anthem. Only the Yankees. Joe Girardi is at the plate with the lineup card. Baseball is imminent.

    UPDATE, 1:21 p.m.: Goose Gossage threw out the first pitch. Joba motioned him to the rubber and he threw a strike to Posada. He still throws hard.

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    The USF kids are using wooden bats in case you were wondering. The Yankees don’t want anybody getting hurt.

    Joba vs. Consolmagno: 2-1 pitch, fly ball to right.

    Joba vs. Lockwood: First pitch, grounder to second.

    Joba vs. Marusak: 0-2 pitch, popped to Damon behind shortstop. 8 pitches/6 strikes.

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    Damon: 1-1 pitch, lines to right.

    Jeter: Hit by a pitch.

    Abreu: Single to right. Jeter to third.

    Rodriguez: Sac fly to right, 1-0 Yankees.

    Giambi: Fly to center.

    END OF THE FIRST, 1-0 Yankees

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    Joba vs. Hobbs: Strikeout on three pitches.

    Joba vs. Manz: Popped to third on a 2-2 pitch.

    Joba vs. Rey: Struck out swinging on a full-count slider.


    Now pitching for USF: Zach Pietrzyk, a freshman right-hander.

    Posada: Doubles to right.

    Cano: Grounds to shortstop, Posada to third.

    Duncan: Walks.

    Cabrera: Sac fly to right, Posada scores sliding on. 2-0 Yankees.

    Damon: Walks. Duncan to second.

    Jeter: Groundball to left side … through into left field for a base hit! Duncan rounds third and will score and the Yankees lead 3-0.

    Abreu: Here’s Bobby Abreu, the 18th batter of the game. This pointless statistic brought to you by the 18th Street Bar and Grill.

    Abreu walks to load the bases for A-Rod.

    Rodriguez: Base hit to left, two runs score. 5-0 Yankees.

    Giambi: Fliees to center to end the inning. Four runs on three hits and no errors. Two left on.

    Now pitching for the Yankees: Ian Patrick Kennedy

    The line for Joba: 2 0 0 0 0 2 — 22 pitches/15 strikes.

    IPK vs. Cleveland: Line drive to first on the first pitch. The Big G snaps it up.

    IPK vs. Angelberger: Struck out swinging on a 3-2 pitch. The first base umpire punched him out on the swing. The perfect game lives.

    IPK vs. Koscso: Grounds to third on a 2-1 pitch.
    Last edited by Tyler Durden; 02-29-2008 at 02:15 PM.

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    Now pitching for USF: Redshirt freshman Matt Stull

    Posada: Flies to center.

    Cano: Single to left.

    Duncan: Flies to left.

    Cabrera: Infield single to shortstop. Cano to second.

    Damon: Lines to left to end the inning. End of three: 5-0 Yankees.

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    IPK vs. Consolmagno: Base hit to center for the kid from Staten Island. Good for him. The perfect game is broken up. The crowd gave him a big cheer.

    IPK vs, Lockwood: Grounder to second on a 3-1 pitch. Consolmagno to second. Kennedy is struggling with his control and Posada just visited the mound.

    IPK vs. Maruszac: Grounder to third.

    IPK vs. Hobbs: Struck out swinging on a 1-2 pitch.

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    Stull still pitching

    Jeter: Grounds to shortstop.

    Abreu: Draws a walk.

    Rodriguez: Draws a walk.

    Giambi: Grounds to first, A-Rod out at second. Abreu to third.

    Posada: Two-run triple to right.

    Cano: E-6. Posada scores. 8-0 Yankees. Cano goes to second somehow, I had to take a call and missed it.

    Duncan: Single up the middle. Cano scores from second. 9-0 Yankees.

    Cabrera: Single to right. Duncan to second.

    Damon: Infield single to load the bases.

    Alberto Gonzalez hitting for Jeter: Grounds to second to end the inning. 9-0 Yankees.

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    Phil Hughes now pitching

    Hughes vs. Manz: Strikeout on four pitches.

    Hughes vs. Rey: Strikeout on four pitches.

    Hughes vs. Cleveland: Diving catch in right by Colin Curtis.

    Massive changes for the Yankees. Posada stayed in to catch Hughes and Duncan is the DH. Everybody else is out. New players: Justin Christian (LF), Alberto Gonzalez (SS), Colin Curtis (RF), Cody Ransom (3B), Morgan Ensberg (1B), Nick Green (2B), Austin Jackson (CF).

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    Iíll have to head down to the clubhouse soon. But Iíll update this until then

    Colin Curtis: Double to the gap in right. Nice day for him so far.

    Ransom: Grounded to second, moving Curtis over.

    Ensberg: Popped to short. Bad piece of hitting there with a runner on third.

    Jorge Posada: Popped to left. 9-0 Yankees after 5.


    Kei Igawa and his sunglasses pitching for the Yankees. Austin Romine is catching him.

    Angleberger: Fly to right. USF still has had only one man get on base.

    Koscso: Walks on five pitches. Only Igawa could walk the No. 9 hitter on a college team with a 9-0 lead. What were the Yankees thinking when they signed this guy?

    Wild pitch moves the runner to second.

    Consolmagno: Draws a walk.

    The clubhouse is open. I have to run. Thanks for reading. Back later with some notes and audio.

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    Igawa needs to be put to sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChadLover View Post
    Igawa needs to be put to sleep.
    He later gave up a granny. Ever pitcher looked great, but him.

    Joba and Hughes where both dominant, and Kennedy, Horne, and Marquez all looked very, very good.

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    How did Hughes' fastball and curveball look? If he's as healthy as he says he is and he can bring back that 93-95 mph fastball and with his legs under him regains his absolutely disgusting 12-6 curve it's going to be a very, very fun season...and of course next decade

    Go Yankees!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LIJetsFan87 View Post
    How did Hughes' fastball and curveball look? If he's as healthy as he says he is and he can bring back that 93-95 mph fastball and with his legs under him regains his absolutely disgusting 12-6 curve it's going to be a very, very fun season...and of course next decade

    Go Yankees!
    I'm didn't see it with my own eyes, I was going by beat writers who where there.

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    oh ok good stuff man, thanks for all the info SR

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    Now college kids with wooden bats are crushing Igawa.

    $46M panic move. Just let him rot in Scranton for the next 3 years, unless some team is dumb enough to want to give up something of value for him.


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