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Thread: Yankees vs. Tigers -- 2012 ALCS

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    Hope he is getting paid for this interview, wtf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    I feel like I am watching the same game for the 20th time in a row.

    Cy Young against the Bad News Bears.

    Friggin unbelievable.

    Absolutely.

    It's amazing how similar every single game has been. I can't remember ever seeing anything like this -- like watching a funeral repeatedly.

    The good thing is, Cashman is going to clean fukin house this year. I think.

    And Tex totally blew that last inning. There have only been a few line drives hit off CC. With good -- or average -- defense, he's still working on a shutout.
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    LOL. The game is over in the 3rd inning.

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    There was a WS in the 60S where the Dodgers with Koufax and Drysdale and Co shut down an opponent....maybe the Yankees sweeping them with multiple shutouts...

    This one is looking eerily similar

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    Wonder if Cabrera was looking for that pitch. What a bomb.

    CC does not have it today. Too many guys getting on base.

    (As I type, another HR. F**K YOU!) Over.

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    6-0 now.

    Girardi should take CC out. No need to make him go through this. The season is over now.

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    Maybe next year.

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    What made them decide to put this game on so early?

    How am I supposed make dinner and help the kids with their homework?

    *******s.

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    These guys threw in the towell when Jeter went down.

    I turned the game off so I didn't see the second bomb.

    Joe can't make CC finish this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    These guys threw in the towell when Jeter went down.

    I turned the game off so I didn't see the second bomb.

    Joe can't make CC finish this.
    He's gone.

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    I don't see how this team is going to change much outside of getting a new RF.

    Arod is going nowhere with that contract.
    Yanks are picking up Grandy's option even though he sucked.
    Cano and Tex are going nowhere. Nor should they.
    Girardi loves Martin and he handles the staff well.
    Our bench and bullpen were good all year.

    So basically it is just Swisher.

    We are not signing Hamilton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    He's gone.
    I'm glad. CC just had nothing today. He was great for us in the divisional series. No use in leaving him in there to take a beating. Once Detroit scored 2 runs the game was over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    What made them decide to put this game on so early?

    How am I supposed make dinner and help the kids with their homework?

    *******s.
    You're a Mets fan, mongo.



    Anyhoo....6-0, the Yanks have the psychological edge.

    Detroit lets its guard down, the Yankee bats go wtf, the seasons over anyhoo and they start smashing the ball.





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    Yankee haters are going to come out in force now. They'll try to convince us how rooting for a .500 baseball team that doesn't make the playoffs is more satisfying than rooting for the Yankees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    Yankee haters are going to come out in force now. They'll try to convince us how rooting for a .500 baseball team that doesn't make the playoffs is more satisfying than rooting for the Yankees.
    Who cares?

    Part of being a Yankees fan is taking the sh!t talk from the haters when they don't win. I expect it.

    Those jokers wish their teams could contend every single year like the Yankees do. I take comfort in knowing that this is the best organization in sports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    I don't see how this team is going to change much outside of getting a new RF.

    Arod is going nowhere with that contract.
    Yanks are picking up Grandy's option even though he sucked.
    Cano and Tex are going nowhere. Nor should they.
    Girardi loves Martin and he handles the staff well.
    Our bench and bullpen were good all year.

    So basically it is just Swisher.

    We are not signing Hamilton.
    I wouldn't be surprised to see a few trades. I can't speculate on who gets moved... but I think we'll see Cash make some moves.

    And A-Rod is gone. That relationship is irreparably damaged. I don't see him back under any circumstance. They'll eat most of his salary and move him for a low level prospect.

    It will be an interesting off-season, that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    I wouldn't be surprised to see a few trades. I can't speculate on who gets moved... but I think we'll see Cash make some moves.

    And A-Rod is gone. That relationship is irreparably damaged. I don't see him back under any circumstance. They'll eat most of his salary and move him for a low level prospect.

    It will be an interesting off-season, that's for sure.

    I would think they have to focus more on grinders, stop bringing in the high priced talent. Not that a good free agent signing or two are bad, but I feel like everyone they have swing the bat the same way.

    I'd love to see Swisher replaced with a guy like Bourn, maybe work a trade with some of the pitching depth. Justin Upton was rumored to be on the block. i think they can fix this with trades and they may need to take back a bad contract to let Arod go.


    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    Who cares?

    Part of being a Yankees fan is taking the sh!t talk from the haters when they don't win. I expect it.

    Those jokers wish their teams could contend every single year like the Yankees do. I take comfort in knowing that this is the best organization in sports.
    that was just my poor attempt at striking first, for the lols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    You're a Mets fan, mongo.



    Anyhoo....6-0, the Yanks have the psychological edge.

    Detroit lets its guard down, the Yankee bats go wtf, the seasons over anyhoo and they start smashing the ball.





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    joe girardi and kevin long both need to be fired. arod is only a scapegoat in all this. nobody hit not just him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    Yankee haters are going to come out in force now.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?


    Quote Originally Posted by Nike View Post
    joe girardi and kevin long both need to be fired. arod is only a scapegoat in all this. nobody hit not just him.
    You possess an probing baseball intelligence. Your talents are wasted if you dont have the Steinbrenners email.

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