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Worst actual rain delay I ever sat through was about a 5-6 hour delay at Fenway in 2006. The Sox and Rangers were scheduled for a split admission DH after being rained out the night before and I was there for the 1PM game. Well, it rained but they knew they had a window later in the day. Around 3 or so they announced that the nightcap was cancelled and they were just going to wait it out for the "afternoon" game. They got going around 6PM. Thank God I was under the roof or I wouldn't have stayed.
Jeeze, I wouldn't wait half that long, even for game 7.
I can't believe they couldn't have moved things up 15 minutes and got in 2 hours of ball.
They made the right choice in postponing the game, but that was the final nail in the Yankees' coffin, since now even if they somehow pull off a miracle and tie the Series, they'd be facing a game 7 with Sabathia on two days rest.
They made the right choice in postponing the game, but that was the final nail in the Yankees' coffin, since now even if they somehow pull off a miracle and tie the Series, they'd be facing a game 7 with Sabathia on two days rest. These are times when I'm beginning to question whether or not God is really living up to His Agreement.
I think if the Yankees somehow manage to win the next 3 games, I think game 7 looks favorable to them regardless of pitching matchup.
If the Yankees make Game Seven it would be too perfect to hand the ball to Derek Lowe and say "do it again."
Two words: Justin. Verlander.
game 7 with Sabathia on two days rest
My 18 month old daughter keeps pointing to Sabathia on the screen and saying "Mickey?" Apparently she thinks CC resembles Mickey Mouse.
The Yankees have never won a Game Four after losing the first three games.
Shouldn't that be "_elm_n!"?
When was the last time Russell Martin threw out a baserunner?
So that would be... the 1963 World Series? Anytime else?
Coke to Larry
What kind of throw was that?
I have this image in my head that even when this inning is over, Justin Verlander will still be on the headphones, listening in, trying not to breath too hard so as not to give away what he's doing.
Sabathia, Fielder and Sandoval need to be on the same team just for the comedic value.
I have never experienced a more.excrutiating inning in my life. What a pathetic team. Go.lose and hang out with the Red Sox.
t2 2-0 0 --- 5,(3-1) BBCBX O BOS T. Nixon K. Brown -2% 67% Groundout: SS-1B t2 2-0 1 --- 3,(1-1) CBX BOS K. Millar K. Brown 2% 69% Single to CF (Line Drive) t2 2-0 1 1-- 5,(3-1) BB*BCB BOS B. Mueller K. Brown 3% 72% Walk; Millar to 2B t2 2-0 1 12- 8,(3-2) CBSB*BFFB BOS O. Cabrera K. Brown 4% 76% Walk; Millar to 3B; Mueller to 2B Javier Vazquez replaces Kevin Brown pitching t2 2-0 1 123 1,(0-0) .X RRRR BOS J. Damon J. Vazquez 15% 91% Home Run (Fly Ball); Millar Scores; Mueller Scores; Cabrera Scores t2 6-0 1 --- 5,(3-1) BSBBB BOS M. Bellhorn J. Vazquez 1% 92% Walk t2 6-0 1 1-- 7,(3-2) CBBBC>F>X O BOS M. Ramirez J. Vazquez -1% 91% Popfly: SS t2 6-0 2 1-- 3,(1-1) BSX O BOS D. Ortiz J. Vazquez -1% 91% Groundout: P-2B-1B
You know what would add insult to injury right now? A PC Richard jingle whenever a Yankee batter Ks.
Trivia....the Yankees were up 2-0 in game 4 of the 2004 alcs.
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