Baseball Toaster was unplugged on February 4, 2009.
Here's more about last night: Edes, Cafardo, and Malloy in The Boston Globe; Bradford, Massarotti, and Buckley in The Boston Herald; Sherman and Vaccaro in The New York Post; Lupica and Harper in the News, and from the blogosphere, here's Beth from Cursed to First, and the wrap-up from Yanksfan v Soxsfan.
Beckett and Wang later this afternoon...
I'm in a saucy mood...
i remember after game 7 of the 2001 serious when mo talked to reporters for over an hour.
however, the kid is just that: a kid.
The Boston Red Sox (without Manny) are simply not all that...they really don't worry me as much as other lineups. I know, i know- save last night's miracle....
But think of it this way- if the Yanks had simply made the routine plays last night- what would the outcome of the game really been? I mean, I counted Giambi's glove costing us at least 3, maybe four runs. I don't see him butchering the field like that again soon. So even though- it took our engines awhile to get going, I am deeply encouraged. I also like facing Beckett- I think we can score big numbers and get into his five cent head.
They left out a few details.
New York - Top of 8th
Hideki Okajima pitching for Boston
J Giambi struck out swinging.
i know, i know, why am even watching?
Does he throw like a 5-year old girl or what?
Those 2 throws he made to the plate as cut-off man, when Posada and later Jeter scored?
And this is a guy who started pro-ball as a ss. What did he do, run the ball over to the first baseman?
We're sure lucky to have Robby's howitzer to cut down runners. Right fielder's arm in a second baseman. And Jeter's none to shabby making those throws home from the outfield either.
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