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Yankees Who?
Monday, September 10, 2007
The Yankees are up 4 games in the wildcard and their chances at the post-season are looking better than they have since April 1st, so as you can imagine my every thought is focused squarely on getting through the next 19 games without the team incurring further injury or the offense taking a collective break. Does that mean I don’t care about the rest of the league? Of course I care…enough to sum their respective weeks up in 10 words or less, anyway.

AL East There’s still hope for you, Orioles and Tampa Bay! But not this year or any year soon.
Boston (87-57): Aint saying he’s Igawa, but is Dice-K really what you’d hoped?
(72-70): Refusing to talk about it will make it disappear quickly!
Baltimore (61-81): Bad news for O’s – you suck AND you cheat.
Tampa Bay (60-83): Crush the Sox, pretty please.

AL Central Wildcard spot = not for you
Cleveland (83-60): You beat Angels, and henceforth are my friends.
Detroit (77-66): Buncha cripples… oh, and a history-maker.
Minnesota (70-73): So nice to see inexperienced youngsters get called up!
Kansas City (62-83): The Yankees – especially A-Rod – are on fire. Nothing personal.
Chicago (61-82): First to be officially eliminated. Congrats!

AL West 4 teams = not enough
Los Angeles (84-59): If the Indians can beat you, why can’t we?
Seattle (75-66): Still the definition of a downward spiral.
Oakland (69-75): Just in time to save the season! Oh, wait.
Texas (68-74): First Bush, now Giuliani. No love for the liberals?

NL East Locked up. Not for you, Philatlaningtonida.
New York (81-61): Who said you were allowed to be good?
Philadelphia (75-67): I kinda wanted to see you take over. So close.
Atlanta (73-70): Playing Mets this week. Last chance. Wait, no chance.
Washington (64-79): Wily Mo's just glad to be out of Boston.
Florida (61-82): Inevitable since April.

NL Central Do you notice a change here? AGAIN?!
Milwaukee (73-69): Look who’s back on top!
Chicago (72-70): This headline says it all. (Sorry, Pirates. Insulting.)
St. Louis (69-71): Still not good, but will forgo usual comment for STEROIDS.
Cincinnati (64-79): This is really not a good way to start a game.
Pittsburgh (62-80): You’re not in last place!!! Trophy?
Houston (62-81): Just focus on the good ol' times now.

NL West How did this division become home to the best playoff race in baseball?!
Arizona (81-63): Still on a roll. Yankees Chick still surprised.
San Diego (77-65): You better get back on your game, and FAST.
Los Angeles (75-68): How great would perfect game #2 have felt?
Colorado (74-68): Actually have hope in wildcard, believe it or not.
San Francisco (65-78): Missing San Diego, Bochy?

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posted by Yankees Chick @ Monday, September 10, 2007  
  • At 6:28 AM, Blogger namistai said…

    your links are broken.

  • At 7:40 AM, Blogger Yankees Fan in Boston said…

    Wouldn't say Tampa crushed the Sox in the first game.. But, you know, 1-0 is as good as 20-0 right? More or less.

  • At 8:08 AM, Anonymous Red Sox fan in NY said…

    Yankee fan is Boston,

    I wouldn't worry about Boston. Where just fine and have the AL East wrapped up!

    What I would worry about is playing your 3 worst pitchers up in Toronto the next 3 nights. The last time we saw the Yanks at the Rogers Center. A-Rod was playing bush league style baseball. If you don't think the Blue Jays haven't forgotten that and are now going to sweep you the next 3 nights. Then you're higher then the kite you rode in on!

    The Tigers will be in the lead of the wildcard by Monday morn!

  • At 9:52 PM, Blogger Matthew said…

    Dice-K has fallen on some really ahrd times lately. He did pretty well for himself up until about mid-August. Common sense would tell you that it's got something to do with the fact that he's reaching his previous inning threshold, hitting "the wall", and maybe just a bit burned out after this whirlwind of a year he's had. My hope is that the Sox can put a bit more distance in the standings again and let him take a week off. Let Buccholz take his spot for one turn. Give him a breather. I think that'd help a ton. Now having said that, I can't wait to see him next year and see how he's adjusted to a full season at the major-league level.

  • At 1:17 AM, Blogger jobu said…

    When choosing between a fundraiser and his country, Jewliani's always picked the fundraiser. He was on the Iraq study group, but NEVER showed up for a meeting.

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