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  • The Yankee's woes continue.....

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    Source:ESPN Page 2

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    • Originally posted by Williamsburg2599 View Post
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      It looks like Carl Pavano will be his usual self: healthy at one minute, fragile the next. Well, he isn't going to be greeted warmly when the Blue Jays peck at him for home runs in the SkyDome!

      Have fun losing in the SkyDome, Yankee fans, because Jimmy Key and Joe Carter said so! I don't care if he played for the Yankees. I'm indifferent to the Red Sox. I'm crossing my fingers that the Yankees go 0-18 against the Jays this season, though it's not likely to happen because of people like...

      *Josh "I blew the game in 1-3 innings pitched" Towers
      *various relief pitchers
      *players that don't field/play well for whatever reason
      *etc.
      *unluckiness

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      • Doesn't take A-Rod long to make his first error of the new season. The fans are starting to boo and it's only the 1st inning.

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        • Originally posted by Solair Wright View Post
          *players that don't field/play well for whatever
          What does this mean? The Jays have a good defensive lineup, if you ask me.
          WAMCO!

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          • Sometimes the middle infielders struggle defensively, but it's mostly the throw. But the one thing that's the highlight of the day...

            3 errors in one game for the Yankees!

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            • Originally posted by Williamsburg2599 View Post
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              HAHAHAHAHAH
              New York Mets 2007!!!!- 4-1 :gt


              EIS SPRING TRAVEL TEAM 0-0

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              • Originally posted by Solair Wright View Post
                Sometimes the middle infielders struggle defensively, but it's mostly the throw. But the one thing that's the highlight of the day...

                3 errors in one game for the Yankees!
                It is the win that counts... 9-5. A comeback victory. AND... a nice recovery by A-Rod.

                And two K's for Mariano as well.
                Last edited by ; 04-02-2007, 01:09 PM.

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                • Originally posted by Dirt Dog View Post
                  Doesn't take A-Rod long to make his first error of the new season. The fans are starting to boo and it's only the 1st inning.
                  Check the box score please
                  2009 World Series Champions, The New York Yankees

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                  • Originally posted by Yankeebiscuitfan View Post
                    It is the win that counts... 9-5. A comeback victory. AND... a nice recovery by A-Rod.

                    And two K's for Mariano as well.
                    Make that three... :applaud: :bowdown:

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                    • Originally posted by Solair Wright View Post
                      Sometimes the middle infielders struggle defensively, but it's mostly the throw.
                      Well, now that Hinske is gone and Russ Adams is safely in the minors (playing 2B no less), the Jays infield is pretty solid. The Yankees however...
                      WAMCO!

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                      • Originally posted by Wee Willie Keeler View Post
                        Check the box score please
                        I did. You saying that A-Rod did not commit an E in the 1st or what?

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                        • 6th inning, Royals vs Boston 6-1. Schilling 5 earned runs in 4 innings. Way to go Schil...
                          Last edited by ; 04-02-2007, 03:14 PM.

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                          • Originally posted by Dirt Dog View Post
                            I did. You saying that A-Rod did not commit an E in the 1st or what?
                            He seemed to do something else as well during that game


                            2009 World Series Champions, The New York Yankees

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                            • Originally posted by Wee Willie Keeler View Post
                              He seemed to do something else as well during that game
                              Yea, congrats on the HR, if that's what you're referring to, but that's not what the original comment was about.

                              I just thought the booing was a little too much being it was only the 1st inning. I'm sure the boos turned into cheers due to the bi-polar disorder that some of the fans have.

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                              • Originally posted by Dirt Dog View Post
                                Yea, congrats on the HR, if that's what you're referring to, but that's not what the original comment was about.

                                I just thought the booing was a little too much being it was only the 1st inning. I'm sure the boos turned into cheers due to the bi-polar disorder that some of the fans have.
                                I wouldn't say it's bi-polar disorder. I think that, unfortunately, some fans just get caught up with the media spin that Alex Rodriguez gets booed a lot. It's like a domino theory to me. Besides, not only are there home team fans at Yankee Stadium, but (surprise, surprise, surprise, per Gomer Pyle), there are also visiting fans there also!

                                Anyway, he got cheered when he'd hit that 2-run dinger, so I'm not too worried about him.

                                Now thne, how did Curt Schill do last night? Just think, our #5 pitcher did better than your "ace". From the official beantown site:

                                Schilling loses control in opener
                                Starter struggles over four innings; lineup shut down by Meche
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