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    Yankees @ Rays Series Thread





    Series Matchups


    Tomorrow:
    Andy Pettitte vs Matt Garza

    Tuesday: Chien-Ming Wang vs Edwin Jackson

    Wednesday: Mike Mussina vs James Shields

    Thursday: TBA vs Scott Kazmir

    Last edited by Tyler Durden; 05-11-2008 at 03:36 PM.

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    So I finally get home to New York, and the Yanks are in Tampa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jbro22 View Post
    So I finally get home to New York, and the Yanks are in Tampa.
    Will you be in town this weekend?

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    Well I'm home on LI. By town do you mean in the city?

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    I liked it better when the Rays sucked

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    Can we ever beat the Rays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJGunns View Post
    Can we ever beat the Rays?
    We are 4-2 vs them coming into this game.

    If that makes you feel any better.

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    It just seems like they always beat us. You mean 4-3. I'll eat the plastic tip on a shoelace if we win this game.

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    How has Matt Garza looked this year? I liked him goin into this season.



    I was hopin the Mets would go after him this offseason but ill settle for the twins pitcher we got.

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    Abreu u ****! Oh well

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    Hmm, you know its a bad night when YES's player of the game poll doesn't have one yankee in it...

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    I see the Yankee bats decided to take another night off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
    I see the Yankee bats decided to take another night off.
    Is it me, or can you tell when the Yankees are going to lose a game by about the third inning, even if there's no score?

    Not like those great teams, that's for sure. You always felt like they'd win, even when they were down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guido Monzino View Post
    Is it me, or can you tell when the Yankees are going to lose a game by about the third inning, even if there's no score?

    Not like those great teams, that's for sure. You always felt like they'd win, even when they were down.
    NoMaas.org

    The Yankees record when trailing after specific innings:

    When trailing after the 1st inning, the Yankees are 2-8.
    When trailing after the 2nd inning….2-8
    3rd inning….1-12
    4th inning….1-16
    5th inning….4-17
    6th inning….1-18
    7th inning….0-17
    8th inning….0-18

    (courtesy of Baseball-Reference)

    What this teaches you is that when the Yankees are behind at the end of an inning, you should go do something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
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    This offense is sickening. What ever happened to "the approach"? We used to be much tougher at running up pitch counts and wearing down pitchers. Now, we just frequently make mediocre pitchers look like all-stars.

    I'm sick of hearing about "hard hit balls". Hit 'em where they ain't. Score runs. That will impress me. Not hard hit outs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guido Monzino View Post
    This offense is sickening. What ever happened to "the approach"? We used to be much tougher at running up pitch counts and wearing down pitchers. Now, we just frequently make mediocre pitchers look like all-stars.

    I'm sick of hearing about "hard hit balls". Hit 'em where they ain't. Score runs. That will impress me. Not hard hit outs.
    Teams have figured us out.

    STRIKES, STRIKES, STRIKES.

    We take pitches early, they get ahead of us early.

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    Kazmir-Shields-Garza-Sonnastine-Jackson with David Price down below.

    The Rays suddenly have the makings of the best young staff in the AL East. I'd still give the current nod to Beckett-Lester- Buccholz for now but the Rays arms have very lively stuff with the exception of Sonnastine who relies on pinpoint control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad101 View Post
    Kazmir-Shields-Garza-Sonnastine-Jackson with David Price down below.

    The Rays suddenly have the makings of the best young staff in the AL East. I'd still give the current nod to Beckett-Lester- Buccholz for now but the Rays arms have very lively stuff with the exception of Sonnastine who relies on pinpoint control.
    We have been saying it for about 2 years now that they will be very very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
    Teams have figured us out.

    STRIKES, STRIKES, STRIKES.

    We take pitches early, they get ahead of us early.
    Yeah I understand why its good to see pitches, but sometimes it ticks me off.

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    and that's the ball game. 1 run is too much to overcome for this team.
    Last edited by Tyler Durden; 05-13-2008 at 09:31 PM.

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