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Thread: Don't forget Mussina.

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    I just don't want his effort to be over looked.

    When he came in it was pretty bleak and it was on the cusp of getting even bleaker.

    He held the Sox in check and made the rest of the night possible!!

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    1st & 3rd ... NO OUTS

    And he escapes without surrendering ONE RUN

    In retrospect, that was HUGE

    The Yankees DO NOT win the Series if the Moose does not keep Boston off the board in that spot

    ABSOLUTELY HUGE!!

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    Does anybody remember Sid Fernandez' performance in Game 7 of the 86 series?

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    Very clutch performance and his biggest as a Yankee....

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    Me and some friends talked about the same exact thing last night. I can honestly say that when Moose got out of that 1st and 3rd jam it was the first time I felt like they could win. Just hold em and chip away at Pedro.

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    I think Mussina won the game for you. Couldn't agree more. He came into a bad situation and didn't allow any further damage. Which was great for Mussina's confidence as well, considering he has lost his last 5 (?) outings in the post-season.

    I hope that decision by Torre isn't overlooked. That man is one of the best in the business.

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    I honestly believe that Mussina was the MVP of last night's game. I couldn't understand why Yankee fans were giving him so much grief for losing the two games in this series. He pitched great in those two games and only lost because the Yankee bats couldn't figure out Wakefield. I'll take Mussina on the Sox any day of the week.

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    Originally posted by scott dierking II@Oct 17 2003, 09:40 AM
    I honestly believe that Mussina was the MVP of last night's game. I couldn't understand why Yankee fans were giving him so much grief for losing the two games in this series. He pitched great in those two games and only lost because the Yankee bats couldn't figure out Wakefield. I'll take Mussina on the Sox any day of the week.
    This YANKEE fan didn't give him any grief.

    Anyone who's watched the YANKEES this year knows that they never give Mussina any run support.

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    Maybe you didn't, but a lot of them certainly did.

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    Originally posted by tailgators@Oct 17 2003, 05:52 AM
    I just don't want his effort to be over looked.

    When he came in it was pretty bleak and it was on the cusp of getting even bleaker.

    He held the Sox in check and made the rest of the night possible!!
    Finally you have an intelligent post. Your 100% correct.

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    Originally posted by PFSIKH@Oct 17 2003, 10:19 AM
    Finally you have an intelligent post. Your 100% correct.
    We're all still waiting for an intelligent post from you.

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