Dirty Knowledge is a great name for you.
Willie comes from the Joe Torre school of managing, he overused his bullpen and screwed with the line up down the stretch. You guys can have him. Say all you want about this player or that, but at the end of the day its the managers job to motivate and make the right decisions that lead to a win. Willie didn't do that. He was an empty uniform down the stretch.
What happened when Steve Phillips tried to buy a World Series?
im not a yankee fan but with them out and detroit not being in it i no longer have an interest in this years post season.
The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse. (Romans 1:18-20)
If you no longer have an interest in the postseason than you aren't a true fan of baseball, both series should be epic, as will the world series, I personally find the Diamondbacks-Rockies series incredibly intriguing. Hell, any series in that beautiful ballpark in Denver would be incredible to watch, humidor or not.
Prediction, because of the location of the parks, I say the National League games will be rather high scoring while the ALCS will be low scoring battles. Expect one or two extra inning games in that series. Something tells me the Sox will be playing from behind most of the series and the Indians will pull it out in 6, The Rockies are on such a roll, they've lost 1 game in the last 3 weeks, expect much of the same against the D'backs with the Rock's celibrating in front of their home fans en route to the World Series.
Like has been said... Jeter is known for being cluth, but he didn't step up to the plate this past series against the Indians. What was his batting average in that series? Like .160? And how many hits into double plays? The better team won. Just like last season, when the Tigers beat the Yankees.
I'd like to see the Indians defeat the Red Sox. The obession of some of those Boston people scares me.
Yeah, Jeter was the biggest surprise of this postseason. Major letdown. I halfway expected those other guys to not get in to it.. but that goes to show that this team has no heart. Jeter probably felt like the only guy out there who wanted to really win for Joe Torre. Posada wasn't no good spot either. The entire lineup's at fault. Changes will be made, I hope for the better. But yeah, Jeter batting .016 or whatever was really shameful, worst part of losing to me because now not only do the Yankee haters get to run shit, but the Jeter haters get to come out in full effect.
Jeter was hurt somepoint during the end of season, thats partly why he did so bad, I believe it was his ankle or wrist, not to sure
It was his right-left knee, I believe. But it was one of the legs. And yeah you're right, he was hurt but it's no excuse to be making and Jeter will never make it. It was obvious he was still lingering. Same with Matsui, definitly. But yeah.. when Jeter bats in to 4 double plays... you just wonder.
yea of coarse, it shouldnt be used as an excuse but his injury did contribute to his performance, thats all im saying. The real question to wonder is wtf happend to chien-ming wang..