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 Posted: Wed Oct 7th, 2015 06:45 am
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Sipp fell behind every batter, looked frustrated and nervous, and still the Yankees could do nothing except draw 1 walk. This team didn't deserve to be here. They should've lost a few more and given the Angels a chance. They've done nothing but disgrace the pinstripes for 4 years.

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Betances strikes out the side but it's too little too late. In the 8th the Yankees have Gregorius, Gardner, and Young. 6 outs left in the season. They need to pinch hit for Gardner, who looks lost, but I doubt Girardi will.



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Yankees down to their last 4 outs. What a pathetic effort.

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Gardner gets booed for the 1st time I can ever remember after grounding out. Ellsbury pinch hits for Young instead.



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People already gone. They just showed the 3rd base line seats and they were at least 1/2 empty.

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Miller pitches the 9th and retires the Astrod in order.

Last 3 outs now. Beltran, A-Rod, McCann. I'd call it the heart of the order if this team had any heart.



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Chief Colby "Jay Strongbow" Rasmus, Carlos "Colon" Gomez and Jose "Estrada" Altuve win by getting "The Mighty Yankees" to tap out to their finisher "The Stro" 

Luke "Crazy Luke Graham"  Gregorson with a run in "face turn" to "Save" the match when it looked like the Mighty Yankees might turn the tide.



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Useless effort by NY. On to KC for the Astros.

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I appreciate that they went down 1-2-3 instead of wasting more of my time. Gutless losers. I've said this at the end of every season for years now, I really wish they'd blow this team up and finish last for the next 3 years so we could rebuild.



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Gutless performance. Starts with the manager. Played not to lose and benched the wrong lefty OF.

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nyhack56 wrote: Gutless performance. Starts with the manager. Played not to lose and benched the wrong lefty OF.
I'm done with Girardi but no manager can win with this team. Cashman is the most clueless GM I've ever seen and no one ever discusses firing him. And just think about this: A-Rod is still tied up for TWO more years, Headley for THREE, McCann, Texeira, Beltran, Ellsbury, the entire cast of losers all locked up and all untradeable. You can't even salvage it.  No room for no players, they're just shuffling decks on the Titanic last last year. And when the bad contracts run out, he'll go right out and sign new bad contracts that we'll be stuck with until 2022. 



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Most fans predicted the Yanks would not make the playoffs before the season started. No offense was the main concern, but only one team in MLB scored more runs than the Yankees.The gritty Yanks contended for the division until injuries to Texeira & age finally catching up to A-Rod. 
They played far better than they had a right to. 

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lobo316 wrote: Most fans predicted the Yanks would not make the playoffs before the season started. No offense was the main concern, but only one team in MLB scored more runs than the Yankees.The gritty Yanks contended for the division until injuries to Texeira & age finally catching up to A-Rod. 
They played far better than they had a right to. 

This is why you need to watch the games.  The Yankees would go weeks without scoring.  No Yankees fan thought this was a good offense.  The stats were skewed by bursts of power, mostly in the first half, that would last about a week each, to always be proceeded by another 2 weeks of nothing.  And without the home run, they never did learn to manufacture a run or string hits together all year long, so we were all saying this would be a huge issue in the postseason even when they were playing well.



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srossi wrote: lobo316 wrote: Most fans predicted the Yanks would not make the playoffs before the season started. No offense was the main concern, but only one team in MLB scored more runs than the Yankees.The gritty Yanks contended for the division until injuries to Texeira & age finally catching up to A-Rod. 
They played far better than they had a right to. 

This is why you need to watch the games.  The Yankees would go weeks without scoring.  No Yankees fan thought this was a good offense.  The stats were skewed by bursts of power, mostly in the first half, that would last about a week each, to always be proceeded by another 2 weeks of nothing.  And without the home run, they never did learn to manufacture a run or string hits together all year long, so we were all saying this would be a huge issue in the postseason even when they were playing well.



Which is why I think the Jays will  lose to the Rangers. Too many 12-2 games during the season but they had problems winning 4-3 games. 

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Jays had the worst one-run game record of any division winner in I think History...15-28 or something like that.

So, you could be right, unless that pattern changes in the post-season.



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