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    F***ing loser!!

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    i&#39;d say we were the ones who lost, not RS <_<

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    That was one of the worst offensive performances I&#39;ve witnessed as a Yankee fan in the post season


    I think we&#39;ll ground into 5 double plays before we head into the 2nd game tomorrow&#33;&#33;

    Hopefully....we rebound as we did last year&#33;&#33;


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    why was Matsui dropped to #6?

    if he had been at #4, or even #5, then we would&#39;ve gotten a run or two, but Posoda loves to ground into double plays so much....

    whatever, I came into this game expecting to lose to Santana and I&#39;m not surprised

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    F*cking worst game ever Angry

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    Originally posted by blackout806@Oct 5 2004, 10:24 PM
    why was Matsui dropped to #6?

    if he had been at #4, or even #5, then we would&#39;ve gotten a run or two, but Posoda loves to ground into double plays so much....

    whatever, I came into this game expecting to lose to Santana and I&#39;m not surprised
    That lineup tonite was horrible


    Bernie needs to drop to 6th and have Hideki at #4

    John Olerud is finished....hasn&#39;t his 280 average the 2nd half showed Torre enough


    I&#39;d rather have Clark in there...better chance of a long ball&#33;&#33;

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    Can someone tell me as to why Sierra was swinging away in the 9th inning?


    I was flabbergasted (is that a word??)

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    Not as if I&#39;m not one every other day.....but I&#39;ll be one mean bastard for the next 24 hours.

    May not sleep tonight....I&#39;m rippin&#39; <_<

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    Oh what the hell, why should I disappoint you?

    To be honest though, come on, yes it&#39;s disappointing for you that you lost a game where you had a LOT of opportunities....

    ... but you were probably gonna lose this one. Santana&#39;s been that good.

    Now the Yankees have the advantage in each game until Santana pitches again (game 4 or game 5).

    My pick has been the Twins in 5. I&#39;m sticking to it.

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    I can not fu**ing believe our season hangs in the balance with our 5th starter tomorrow????? WTF?????


    Javy is a fu**ing BUST, we can&#39;t even go to the guy....so what do we get....Lieber (although I have been raving about the guy this 2nd half)...Problem is if that sinker doesn&#39;t sink tomorrow....we&#39;re screwed&#33;&#33;......I&#39;d rather have Brownie going....I trust him&#33;&#33;


    And by all accounts that was a solid pitching performance by Moose......but you know what.....THAT"S NOT ****ING GOOD ENOUGH&#33;&#33;


    I&#39;d glandly hand over Seymore&#39;s left nugget for an 8 inning....no run performance by that guy&#33;&#33;


    NOT GOOD ENOUGH&#33;&#33;

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    After tonight you&#39;d think the Yankee&#39;s problem was Offense not Pitching.

    Yikes, not a good sign.

    Santana wasn&#39;t even his usual self, the Yanks hit him good but couldn&#39;t produce anything.

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    Originally posted by RichardSeymour@Oct 5 2004, 10:36 PM


    My pick has been the Twins in 5. I&#39;m sticking to it.
    Don&#39;t worry....Colon goes tomorrow against perhaps the weakest Pedro these eyes have ever seen

    Schilling and a pile of crap is what the sawx have



    I still don&#39;t know what the Yanks have....but I still like my staff over yours&#33;&#33;


    Now if Pedro pitches like Pedro....you Pukes will sweep.....and be staying at the Waldorf resting while we go toe to toe with those Minnesota hicks&#33;&#33;

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    Congratulations JonE&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;

    You are officially JetsInsider&#39;s bitterest poster.

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    Originally posted by JonEJet@Oct 6 2004, 02:19 AM
    F***ing loser&#33;&#33;
    Hello Kettle, here is Mr. Pot.

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    Originally posted by PFSIKH+Oct 6 2004, 09:12 AM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (PFSIKH @ Oct 6 2004, 09:12 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-JonEJet@Oct 6 2004, 02:19 AM
    F***ing loser&#33;&#33;
    Hello Kettle, here is Mr. Pot. [/b][/quote]
    I won&#39;t beat around the bush PF


    You are a FU**ING LOSER

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    Waaah&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;

    The second the Yanks clinched you were on here you frickin&#39; homer.

    When the Yanks struggled during August JonE was not a member of this forum.

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    Originally posted by JonEJet+Oct 5 2004, 10:28 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (JonEJet @ Oct 5 2004, 10:28 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-blackout806@Oct 5 2004, 10:24 PM
    why was Matsui dropped to #6?

    if he had been at #4, or even #5, then we would&#39;ve gotten a run or two, but Posoda loves to ground into double plays so much....

    whatever, I came into this game expecting to lose to Santana and I&#39;m not surprised
    That lineup tonite was horrible


    Bernie needs to drop to 6th and have Hideki at #4

    John Olerud is finished....hasn&#39;t his 280 average the 2nd half showed Torre enough


    I&#39;d rather have Clark in there...better chance of a long ball&#33;&#33; [/b][/quote]
    I didn&#39;t know batting .280 was considering "piss-poor". I know it&#39;s not as good as the typical .300 he as putting up early in his career but batting .280 is still decent. For all the problems the Yanks have on pitching you guys are sure worrying about the offense more. I honestly don&#39;t think the Yanks will survive with the rotation they have going right now.




    As far as the Sox, if yesterday&#39;s game is any indication, they are going to be a b**** to face in the playoffs. If the Yanks are lucky enough to get into the playoffs, it doesn&#39;t matter who is pitching for hte sox because their lineup is firing on all cylinders. If the Sox don&#39;t win the AL, then it&#39;ll be a complete joke.



    Red Sox/Cardinals would be a helluva World Series

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