Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

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    Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

    While they seem to be running away with the division they are starting to look very human.
     
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    While they seem to be running away with the division they are starting to look very human.
    Posted by BosoxJoe5


      Let,s take it one game at ah time, Sox playing Ok.........
     
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    Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

    Is this the "Yank Tank"?
     
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    Is this the "Yank Tank"?
    Posted by moonslav59


     We can only HOPE............................
     
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    Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

    aside from their Left Coast trip, their first real rough patch this half, fortunately they've had room to work, though i wouldn't recommend a continuation, due to the opposite side of the coin being the O's, Rays and Sox haven't had a real roll yet this half..Yanks need to get above just maintaining..
     
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    Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

    As currently constructed, this team IMO shall not do well in the PS (assuming they get there, which is likely). They don't play situational baseball, cannot manufacture runs when the long ball is not there (a common occurrence when you face better P), and practically never bunt; something the Casey Stengel teams did quite often.

    It wouldn't suprise me if they pick up a hitter, maybe even today, due to Teixiera's injury status; if so, I hope it's a slap hitter, i.e, a Casey Kotchman type.
     
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    yeah it's an ouch yanks have lost a lot of close games lately some of it is  the breaks equaling out and a lot of leaving men on in scoring position
    Posted by pinstripezac
    c'mon Zac, don't make me mention those LOBsters :-)
     
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    Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

    6 of the 8 losses are by 1 run; a bad sign
     
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    In Response to Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11. : c'mon Zac, don't make me mention those LOBsters :-)
    Posted by jete02fan


    The Yankees these days eat a lot of craw, I mean shellfish.
     
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    Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

    They're most definitely mortal, but I can't imagine anyone overtaking them in the East.
     
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    In Response to Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11. : really ? bottom line a loss is a loss but I don't see getting blown out as being better
    Posted by pinstripezac


    My post was based on the cliche "1 run losses are indicative of a bad team". That's all. I know they have a great record, and the P is good, but ....

    you mean they couldn't bunt in the 9th inning last night?
     
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    Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

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    In Response to Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11. : really ? bottom line a loss is a loss but I don't see getting blown out as being better
    Posted by pinstripezac


    Good point.  But do you really believe there's no difference between a blowout early on, where your starter gets knocked around, and Rivera blowing a save in a one run game?

    I'd much rather see a starter get whalloped early on than watch a meltdown with two outs in the ninth.
     
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    Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

    It means nothing if they pick it back up....teams slump, even the best teams in the league by years end have slumps.

    They aren't in trouble YET....but we can hope this continues. 
     
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    age is catching up, even galeajuice cant save this year
     
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    Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.

    Teixeira's MRI shows no sign of structural damage. Good news for Yanks fans, not so for Sox fans.  But still, he will miss time, and there are no guarantees about his effectiveness once he returns.  With ARod down, the mighty Yankee lineup is not so fearsome at the moment.  It should be interesting to see how the next 2-3 weeks shake out for our two teams. 

    Also will be interesting to see how quickly Teixeira returns.  BorASS is still his agent, no? 
     
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    Re: Don't Look Now Yanks drop 8 of 11.



    The Yankees are starting to look like the Knicks and Jets.  lol
     
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