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    2010 New York Yankees


    6 weeks in and the Yankees are once again doing what they do. Haters get your poison darts ready

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    Ummm, Idk if you've noticed but the Rays are on top of the division
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texan281 View Post
    Ummm, Idk if you've noticed but the Rays are on top of the division

    And they're playing damn well but It's not even June yet, talk to me in August. other than the Present injury situation, I'm not really at all concerned
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    I'm not even a yankee fan but once tex gets out of his funk (better pray he does) and the injury bug has played it's course ...the bombers should be back on top
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    Yes, that Yankees are doing well. I too am a Yankess fan, but the Rays are for real.

    Their once young pitching staff is now seasoned and ready to take on a full season. With the emergence of David Price being ready to be a dominant pitcher watch out!!

    Not to mention they are producing from every angle in the field. Not to mention many of their top performers aren't producing up to their normal standards. A team that's obviously very well versed to play small ball, I'd be very scared once the post season rolls around.

    Hate to be tooting another teams horn. But, you have to recognize a real team when you see one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreezeAce View Post
    Yes, that Yankees are doing well. I too am a Yankess fan, but the Rays are for real.

    Their once young pitching staff is now seasoned and ready to take on a full season. With the emergence of David Price being ready to be a dominant pitcher watch out!!

    Not to mention they are producing from every angle in the field. Not to mention many of their top performers aren't producing up to their normal standards. A team that's obviously very well versed to play small ball, I'd be very scared once the post season rolls around.

    Hate to be tooting another teams horn. But, you have to recognize a real team when you see one.

    -Freeze
    There's nothing wrong at all with acknowledging another team being real good. The fact that AL East has always been very competitive is great for whomever comes out of it on top.
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    It's just amazing the glaring polar opposites the league exhibits. The fact that the top teams in payroll and some of the lower ones, all compete at a high level against one another.

    It speaks to how good the front offices are in teams like the Rays, Yankees, Sox, and even the Jays are looking up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreezeAce View Post
    It's just amazing the glaring polar opposites the league exhibits. The fact that the top teams in payroll and some of the lower ones, all compete at a high level against one another.

    It speaks to how good the front offices are in teams like the Rays, Yankees, Sox, and even the Jays are looking up.

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    The front office for the Rays have done a great job in building a contender. Too bad there's no following for Florida baseball which will eventually kill everything they've done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fastone View Post
    6 weeks in and the Yankees are once again doing what they do. Haters get your poison darts ready
    Yankees = ...I'm an A's fan to the bone !!!

    Yes I'm pouring on the Haterade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanp81 View Post
    Yankees = ...I'm an A's fan to the bone !!!

    Yes I'm pouring on the Haterade.
    That's ok 1974 was a while ago
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    June 24, Yankees in 1st place. Long way to go but they are looking pretty good, injuries and all.
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    Just another example of why baseball needs a hardline salary cap
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    HIP HIP..... JORGE ! ! !



    Yankees going for 28 this year
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    Going into the All Star break with 56 wins, looking good
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    26 games over 500, love it.
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    Gotta keep this thread up..Tb lost today!, and Yanks about to beat down some dirty sox tonight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liftergym33 View Post
    Gotta keep this thread up..Tb lost today!, and Yanks about to beat down some dirty sox tonight!
    It appears that all of the Sox fans have left the building.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fastone View Post
    It appears that all of the Sox fans have left the building.
    I'll always be here, Frank.

    Considering the vast amount of injuries that the Red Sox have endured their record is very commendable. It's a shame really, but that's part of the game. Either way, I still despise the yank-me's more than any other professional sports team.

    On a side note: I can't stand the rays either. Living here in Tampa makes it even worse. I've never seen a bigger group of bandwagon fans in my life. I would have liked to see Morrow blank them for the 3rd time this season, today. That statistic alone is pretty entertaining; I don't care what their record is.

    Game 3 tonight with Beckett on the hill. Game on!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    I'll always be here, Frank.

    Considering the vast amount of injuries that the Red Sox have endured their record is very commendable. It's a shame really, but that's part of the game. Either way, I still despise the yank-me's more than any other professional sports team.

    On a side note: I can't stand the rays either. Living here in Tampa makes it even worse. I've never seen a bigger group of bandwagon fans in my life. I would have liked to see Morrow blank them for the 3rd time this season, today. That statistic alone is pretty entertaining; I don't care what their record is.

    Game 3 tonight with Beckett on the hill. Game on!


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    I knew it was moments away before i seen you John
    I agree its a shame with Boston, injurys kill a team.. But, I also agree with the rays. Where in the hell did they come from? Also, look at the rangers, I would take my son there all the time for a few games specially the when the yanks are in town. Talk about bandwagon fans!, now tickets are a sell out.. I'll be there Tuesday night though
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    I'll take the split considering our depleted line up.

    When Jon Lester is on, it's game over.

    What was up with Posada throwing rainbows into center field today? lol!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanp81 View Post
    Yankees = ...I'm an A's fan to the bone !!!

    Yes I'm pouring on the Haterade.

    haha

    And yanks suck, they're like the spoiled brats in High School that drove beemers and nobody liked. Replacing the word winning with BUYING.
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    Quote Originally Posted by immaboss9 View Post
    haha

    And yanks suck, they're like the spoiled brats in High School that drove beemers and nobody liked. Replacing the word winning with BUYING.
    And you're someone whose team probably sucks year after year and so you bitch It's all good, enjoy your bitching while the Yankees fight for another title.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    I'll take the split considering our depleted line up.

    When Jon Lester is on, it's game over.

    What was up with Posada throwing rainbows into center field today? lol!


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    You needed that split, 6 games out vs 8 at this point is a big difference, especially for the sox in the wild card race. I never count the Sox out, just not worried too much about them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fastone View Post
    You needed that split, 6 games out vs 8 at this point is a big difference, especially for the sox in the wild card race. I never count the Sox out, just not worried too much about them .
    me niether, but for Johns sake, I always like a close race.. On the other hand, Im on my way to Ranger stadiu to watch the yanks but a beating on them !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fastone View Post
    And you're someone whose team probably sucks year after year and so you bitch It's all good, enjoy your bitching while the Yankees fight for another title.
    I'm all about the Rangers man, good guess though...
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    Aug 30 still in 1st, expecting a good old fashioned pennant race with Rays and possibly Red Sox.
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    Amazing with the way the starting pitching has been that the Yanks have remained in. Burnett, Vazquez and the loss of Pettite should have crippled them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    Amazing with the way the starting pitching has been that the Yanks have remained in. Burnett, Vazquez and the loss of Pettite should have crippled them.
    It just illustrates why they picked Joe Giradi, he's done a masterful job of managing situations over the last 2 years.
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    September 7, Yankees still wrecking stuff.
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    Sept 25, Yankees going through a rough stretch, oh well can't win em all however, let's see what happens come playoff time.
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    September 28

    Yankees in the playoffs for the 15th time in 16 years. Let the fun begin
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    Error give Yankees one-game lead in the AL East


    BOSTON -- Derek Jeter's check-swing infield single nudged the Yankees over the Red Sox, 6-5, on Saturday in 10 innings, the first game of a split-admission, day-night doubleheader at Fenway Park.

    With the win, the Yankees moved a full game ahead of the Rays for first place in the American League East with two games remaining on the schedule. Tampa Bay is playing on Saturday evening against the Royals in Kansas City.

    In the top of the 10th, Brett Gardner worked a 10-pitch walk against Jonathan Papelbon before advancing on a sacrifice. Jeter dribbled a roller to the right side of the mound that Papelbon over-ran and Bill Hall flubbed a barehand pickup as Gardner raced home with the go-ahead run.

    Yankees use error to take one-game lead
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    If they can handle business tonight, things look great for a division title.
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    The Yankees have to win and Tampa has to loose. If they finish in a tie, the tiebreaker goes to Tampa.

    The Wild Card plays Minnesota and the AL East Champion plays Texas.

    Side Note: The NL West is tight Pushed to brink, Giants still like position
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    Best of three in the first round and CC is 11 and 2 at home. Although it could be any team on any day, anywhere, statistically speaking, it matters to the Yankees. As well, the AL East Title has some significance.
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