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Discussion in 'Sports Programming and Events' started by pfueri, Sep 29, 2011.
Betcha it rains by the second inning in NY. Philly does look like it might get missed.
It's pouring now. Should have played the game at 1 o'clock. The NY radio stations were complaining about that this morning.
Looks like we may get more than a few innings in. Of course I haven't turned the game on yet, for all I know it's postponed...:lol:
well all is good now in yankee world yankees win game 1 and go through 2 det starters.
verlanders start on monday will only delay the yankee win of the series by 1 day.
Certainly is a nice night. Cano Whatdoyouknow.
It was raining when I posted my last post and it rained almost until the game was over. Never saw a drop during the game. I can see NYC from my roof (just barely) so I'd guess we're about twenty miles as the crow flies from the City. Odd.
rich what part of jersey you in, central or north.
or how close are you to the GW, or how do you usually go to the bronx from your area.
i dont think you would take the L tunnel
Now the columnists in the NY Daily News are thrilled with Cano batting third. Nobody said a word about it all season long. Great move by Girardi. Sheer genius. Blah. Robbie could have been the MVP, should be the MVP. But Cashman had to justify all that money he spent on Mark Teixeira.
Speaking of MVPs, I really don't like to see a pitcher win the MVP title. They've got their own award. I'm surprised King Felix isn't being mentioned this year. Still can't believe he won the Cy Young Award last year. Travesty. Great pitchers win no matter how bad the team is. What was the King's record last year, 12-11? Great pitchers win games no matter how bad their team is, you can look that up.
rich, after what I seen Yankess Phillies are on a collision course, doc shook the rust off after taht 1st inning and went 8.
Phillies bats woke up and put runs up in 6 7 8th.
I was a bit suprised leyland brought a righty to face cano in when coke was up. but his sweet swing just killed that pitch and it landed in albeqerque
About 30 miles by car to the Holland Tunnel. If I'm going to the Village or China Town, I take the Holland Tunnel. Midtown, I take the Lincoln Tunnel. If I'm going to the Stadium, I either take the GWB or the Lincoln Tunnel and the 4 train. I have no idea how far it is to the GWB. Pretty quick ride on 287 to the Turnpike and then the tunnels of bridges. I live about a mile from 287. Pretty convenient.
I will at times park at the new trenton park garage and take NJ Transit train into Penn station, I like it now the devils play in Newark, the arena 3 block walk from train station, and the next and fianl stop is NY Penn station I just walk to grand central and get the 4.
also Virgrils on 44th between 6 and 7th great ribs.
I've never seen or heard of anyone named "Albuquerque". I was half asleep when he came in and had to click back to make sure I heard correctly. I'll bet he's the first Albuquerque to play in the majors.
Yeah, that was his home run swing. Everything he does is sweet. Best Yankees' second baseman I've ever seen. Best second baseman I've ever seen. Best Yankees' infield I've ever seen.
We're lucky to see Cano mature into a superstar. This kind of thing happens rarely.
I gotta feeling it's gonna be the Yankees and the Phillies in the WS again. They both deserve to be there.
I tried taking the train into the City a few years ago. Didn't work out well. Rather drive in and park at the PA building. That puts you right at Times Square, which isn't as much fun as it used to be.
Well I was half-right. Francona could come later.
In case you missed, Epstein wrote a very thoughtful op-ed piece in today's Boston Globe explaining his decision to leave: