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    ...and we don't win the championsip, at least we'll always know that we kept the Red Sox from winning it.

    There's some comfort in that. Can you imagine how unbearable it would have been to be a stepping stone to a Boston championsip?

    I still want the victory, though!

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    Bob, The Yankees are winning this one. Trust me.

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    Don't worry, something tells me that there will be some comfort in New England if the Yankees lose either game 6 or 7.

    Simply put: $185 MILLION DOLLARS should guarantee a World Series victory in less than 7 games every time!!! The Yanks are in a world of trouble if they can no longer outbid the rest of the field for a World Series ring! As a Met fan, I won't make that much noise about payroll, but you Yankee fans know what I'm talking about. If the boss has to go YET ANOTHER YEAR without a ring, heads will undoubtedly roll. There will be lots of questions to answer:

    -Cashman is all but assured to wind up as Mets GM know that Minaya has been given a job in the Front Office

    -Is Torre far behind if the Yanks lose?

    -Clemens is gone, will Wells be far behind?

    -Is Pettite worth a long term contract for $20 mil per year if he can't get it done tonight?

    -Is Soriano?

    -What to do with Bernie? Giambi? Nick Johnson?

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    Originally posted by NY SackExchange@Oct 25 2003, 06:18 PM
    Don't worry, something tells me that there will be some comfort in New England if the Yankees lose either game 6 or 7.

    Simply put: $185 MILLION DOLLARS should guarantee a World Series victory in less than 7 games every time!!! The Yanks are in a world of trouble if they can no longer outbid the rest of the field for a World Series ring! As a Met fan, I won't make that much noise about payroll, but you Yankee fans know what I'm talking about. If the boss has to go YET ANOTHER YEAR without a ring, heads will undoubtedly roll. There will be lots of questions to answer:

    -Cashman is all but assured to wind up as Mets GM know that Minaya has been given a job in the Front Office

    -Is Torre far behind if the Yanks lose?

    -Clemens is gone, will Wells be far behind?

    -Is Pettite worth a long term contract for $20 mil per year if he can't get it done tonight?

    -Is Soriano?

    -What to do with Bernie? Giambi? Nick Johnson?
    Go win another!!



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    If payroll is the answer, why didn't the Mets win the NL pennant?

    Damn, I get sick of crybabies.

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    Andy is pitching well and we are really making Beckett work, we're going to win this one.

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    Short 4th inning for Beckett that time. He's at 53 pitches through 4 so far.

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    Originally posted by Gary@Oct 25 2003, 09:11 PM
    Short 4th inning for Beckett that time. He's at 53 pitches through 4 so far.
    Yeah that was a terrible inning, we were working him well up until that point. Big moment now as there are 2 on and 2 out.

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    We're down 1-0 as Posada fails to block the plate AGAIN! and it's not over yet as Cabrera is up w/ the bases loaded but luckily Andy strikes him out.

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    Speaking of working the pitcher...Andy really struggled in the last 5th inning he'll ever pitch in Pinstripes

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    We just can't get a big hit w/ RISP.

    Now FLA has 1st & 3rd w/ 1 out, any more than 1 run here and this game is over w/ our bats.

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    btm 8th,with Sori on no outs.......
    Jeter has to get him over ?
    D.P. inning over

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    Originally posted by joe willie@Oct 25 2003, 10:41 PM
    btm 8th,with Sori on no outs.......
    Jeter has to get him over ?
    D.P. inning over
    Start spreading the news
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    I want to be a part of it, New York, New York
    These vagabond shoes
    Are longing to stray
    And make a brand new start of it
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    I want to wake up in the city that never sleeps
    To find I'm king of the hill, top of the heap
    These little town blues
    Are melting away
    I'll brand a brand new start of it
    In old New York
    If I can make it there
    I'll make it anywhere
    It's up to you, New York, New York.

    I want to wake up in the city that never sleeps
    To find I'm king of the hill, top of the heap
    These little town blues
    Are melting away
    I'll brand a brand new start of it
    In old New York
    If I can make it there
    I'll make it anywhere
    It's up to you, New York, New York.




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