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That Yankees-As game today was nutso. Never have two teams struggled so long and put so much energy into not winning a game. At least the Orioles crept even with the Yanks
The Rays flopping in September has put me in the disgusting position of having to root for the Yankees to win this weekend.
I've had to root for the Red Sox. And they couldn't even come through!!!
Hey, you've only had to do that for a couple of days. I've been doing that for six months.
Next weekend, are you going to root for the Orioles to sweep the Sox so the Yankees might lose the division?
I was studying on my chances to be at a division-clinching game this week in Arlington, but if the Rangers get swept today in Seattle I will stop holding my breath …
Yeah, but in the case of the 2000 Yanks we're talking about more than just sabermetric or vegas underdogs. We're talking about a team that came into the postseason playing like the reincarnation of the 1962 Mets or the 1916 A's, if not quite the 1899 Cleveland Spiders.
There is some terrible umpiring in the Yankee game already. Gracious.
I don't care if they were playing like the Bad News Bears, they weren't underdogs.
Umpire ego is one of the worst things about baseball.
Just behind Eduardo Nunez's defense, I assume.
The Red Sox are going to blow it.
I have no doubt that the As will blow this, so the Os will be two back with 10 to play.
I don't see any scary rotations looming in the post-season.
Any of the AL teams are capable of winning it all, or going meekly in 3 games.
38, 39: I don't follow the Yankees but it seems like Nunez makes an error (often a costly one) in pretty much every game he plays. Is he really that terrible or do I catch him on bad days?
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