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    Yankees vs. Blue Jays @ Yankee Stadium


    TORONTO BLUE JAYS VS. NEW YORK YANKEES

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    Monday: Brandon Morrow, RHP (7-6, 4.62 ERA) vs. A.J. Burnett, RHP (9-8, 4.52 ERA)

    Tuesday: Ricky Romero, LHP (8-7, 3.46 ERA) vs. Dustin Moseley, RHP (1-0, 3.24 ERA)

    Wednesday: Shaun Marcum, RHP (10-4, 3.24) vs. Phil Hughes, RHP (12-4, 4.07 ERA)

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    Facing some solid pitchers this series.

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    Yankees don't have it easy the rest of the way.

    3 vs. Toronto
    4 vs. Boston
    2 @ Texas
    4 @ Kansas City
    4 vs. Detroit
    3 vs. Seattle
    3 @ Toronto
    3 @ Chicago
    4 vs. Oakland
    3 vs. Toronto
    3 vs. Baltimore
    3 @ Texas
    3 @ Tampa Bay
    3 @ Baltimore
    4 vs. Tampa Bay
    3 vs. Boston
    3 @ Toronto
    3 @ Boston

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    Wouldn't want it any other way.

    As far as this series goes, I'm really looking forward to seeing Moseley again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
    Yankees don't have it easy the rest of the way.

    3 vs. Toronto
    4 vs. Boston
    2 @ Texas
    4 @ Kansas City
    4 vs. Detroit
    3 vs. Seattle
    3 @ Toronto
    3 @ Chicago
    4 vs. Oakland
    3 vs. Toronto
    3 vs. Baltimore
    3 @ Texas
    3 @ Tampa Bay
    3 @ Baltimore
    4 vs. Tampa Bay
    3 vs. Boston
    3 @ Toronto
    3 @ Boston
    Bring it on baby.

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    We gotta beat up on Toronto...

    12 vs. Toronto (6 home/6 away)
    10 vs. Boston (7 home/3 away)
    7 vs. Tampa Bay (4 home/3 away)
    6 vs. Baltimore (3 home/3 away)
    5 vs. Texas (0 home/5 away)
    4 vs. Kansas City (0 home/4 away)
    4 vs. Detroit (4 home/0 away)
    4 vs. Oakland (4 home/0 away)
    3 vs. Seattle (3 home/0 away)
    3 vs. Chicago (0 home/3 away)

    58 games (31 home/27 away)

    If we go .500 the rest of the way, we would win 95 games.
    Last edited by Tyler Durden; 08-01-2010 at 07:27 PM.

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    On August 1st, 2009, the Yankees were 62-42, in 1st place, .5 game up on the Red Sox, 5 games up on the Rays

    On August 1st, 2010, the Yankees are 66-38, in 1st place, 1 game up on the Rays, 6.5 games up on the Red Sox.

    Perspective.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7K0Dp2M2fE

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    This team is built for the stretch run. Solidified the bench and the pen, I think, will come around.

    Once Andy gets back, it should be full steam ahead. And anything less than 100 victories and a division title must be considered a complete failure. But it's all about just getting to the dance baby. Yankee fans should feel confident in at least the wildcard.

    The schedule isn't easy, but it rarely is when you play in a division as stacked as this one. Pummel the lousy teams and play above .500 against the good teams, it'll all be OK.


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    I want and expect a sweep!

    I know the Yankees have a tough road ahead, but frankly, the Yankees are the best team in baseball and if and they are built to win even with their schedule. As long as Joe doesn't pull what he pulled today, the Yankees should beat these teams.

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    Thought I had tickets for Monday, turns out I'll be there Tuesday. Hopefully Arod hits 600 on Tuesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
    Yankees don't have it easy the rest of the way.

    3 vs. Toronto
    4 vs. Boston
    2 @ Texas
    4 @ Kansas City
    4 vs. Detroit
    3 vs. Seattle
    3 @ Toronto
    3 @ Chicago
    4 vs. Oakland
    3 vs. Toronto
    3 vs. Baltimore
    3 @ Texas
    3 @ Tampa Bay
    3 @ Baltimore
    4 vs. Tampa Bay
    3 vs. Boston
    3 @ Toronto
    3 @ Boston
    September is going to be tough. If you look at that schedule there is a very soft middle. It starts with 4 in KC, then 4 at home against a Detroit team that is sinking fast then 3 against an awful Seattle team. After a 6 game road trip to Toronto and Chicago, the Yankees will have another soft home stand with 4 vs. Oakland, 3 vs. Toronto and 3 vs Baltimore. Those are a pretty soft 21 games, 17 of which are at home where the Yankees roll. If we can beat up on the bad teams and just go .500 against Texas, Boston and Tampa, we will win the division without a problem

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    as per lhblogs.com:

    Derek Jeter SS
    Nick Swisher RF
    Mark Teixeira 1B
    Alex Rodriguez 3B
    Robinson Cano 2B
    Jorge Posasda C
    Lance Berkman DH
    Curtis Granderson CF
    Brett Gardner LF

    Hey, let Gardner lead off and let Jeter hit 9th and you've one lethal and fluid line up!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cool Papa B. View Post
    as per lhblogs.com:

    Derek Jeter SS
    Nick Swisher RF
    Mark Teixeira 1B
    Alex Rodriguez 3B
    Robinson Cano 2B
    Jorge Posasda C
    Lance Berkman DH
    Curtis Granderson CF
    Brett Gardner LF

    Hey, let Gardner lead off and let Jeter hit 9th and you've one lethal and fluid line up!!
    This is the best offensive lineup that we can field. Too bad we have to wait til today to see it, as opposed to yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevsJetsYanks88 View Post
    This is the best offensive lineup that we can field. Too bad we have to wait til today to see it, as opposed to yesterday.
    Exactly. I'm glad Girardi moved Swisher back to the 2 hole. At least that was only a 2 game failed experiment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevsJetsYanks88 View Post
    This is the best offensive lineup that we can field. Too bad we have to wait til today to see it, as opposed to yesterday.
    EXCATLY!! Someone better tell Joe that we haven't clinched the AL East yet. Run right through the finish line Joe!!!

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    Before this season Jose Bautista season high in HR's was 16. It's August 1st. He leads the lead with 32 HR's.




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    Swisher belongs in the 2 hole. That was a BOMB to CF.

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    Yup, Swisher belongs in that 2-hole, hes been awesome this year. I like Berkman at the back at this point, hes not having his normal type season.

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    Swish has really become the man... he is becoming one of my favorite yankees and i love the guys attitude

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
    Before this season Jose Bautista season high in HR's was 16. It's August 1st. He leads the lead with 32 HR's.



    LOL if I can quote Lenny Dykstra; "It's magic vitamins, man, magic vitamins."

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