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What a pathetic performance tonight... No words for it.
It can however be forgotten 2morrow. But if we lose 2morrow these 2003 Yankees will be the ******* that finally lost to the Sox....

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Cubs just went down. Whoever wins the ALCS is going to win it all.

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Cubs just went down. Whoever wins the ALCS is going to win it all.
They said that the last time the Marlins won the series....

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They said that the last time the Marlins won the series....
It's hard to bet against Kevin Brown, Al Leiter, Livan Hernandez (Mr. Playoffs), Gary Sheffield, and the rest. It would be more surprising to see this team win.

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OT: Question in Yankees bleacher seatsPlease help me

Does row AA come before row A. Or does A come b4 AA

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Does row AA come before row A. Or does A come b4 AA
I row A is first not positive but I think row A is before AA.

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I have merged to two off topic Yankee threads in to one. Just because they are both off topic does not mean that they need to be lonely.

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It's hard to bet against Kevin Brown, Al Leiter, Livan Hernandez (Mr. Playoffs), Gary Sheffield, and the rest. It would be more surprising to see this team win.
Redman, Penny, Beckett, & Willis are young, but obviously capable, and hot at the moment. Thats all you need is some good arms who happen to be hot at the right time. Pierre, Lowell, I.Rodriquez, Conine, D.Lee, L.Castillo are all capable hitters & then Urbina in the pen. They had the best record in the Majors after the all star break, can't ignore the hot streak.

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Redman, Penny, Beckett, & Willis are young, but obviously capable, and hot at the moment. Thats all you need is some good arms who happen to be hot at the right time. Pierre, Lowell, I.Rodriquez, Conine, D.Lee, L.Castillo are all capable hitters & then Urbina in the pen. They had the best record in the Majors after the all star break, can't ignore the hot streak.
A better comparison would be the Angels last year.

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Beckett has filthy stuff. Willis hasn't been consistent in the playoffs and neither has Penny. Noone gonna sweep them but I still like whichever team wins the ALCS. The Angels are a great comparison - young - hungry - and they play a very sound game, dont make many mistakes - there a never say die type of team

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A better comparison would be the Angels last year.

The Angels did not have the pitchers that the Marlins do.

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The Angels did not have the pitchers that the Marlins do.
Comparison=youth playing above their level on a hot streak.

That's a better comparison then the 97 Marlins.

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The Angels did not have the pitchers that the Marlins do.
Beckett is sick but your over-estimating the Florida staff. Penny and Willis haven't been that great. If I'm not mistaken I think Beckett was the only starter who got a win in the cubs series. They are winning 9-6 games, its not like there winning games 2-1 or 3-2.

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Beckett is sick but your over-estimating the Florida staff. Penny and Willis haven't been that great. If I'm not mistaken I think Beckett was the only starter who got a win in the cubs series. They are winning 9-6 games, its not like there winning games 2-1 or 3-2.

Beckett is on a level all his own.

But look at the Angels staff? What was really there? Kevin Appier?

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Beckett is on a level all his own.

But look at the Angels staff? What was really there? Kevin Appier?
Jared Washburn

and they had a few of their pitchers playing above their level as well, John Lackey comes to mind.

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Jared Washburn

and they had a few of their pitchers playing above their level as well, John Lackey comes to mind.

Pitcher for pitcher, the Marlins are a much better staff than that Angels team.

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If either the Yankees or Red Sox (depending on the victor tonight) take the Marlins lightly, they will get burned. The Marlins can beat you in so many ways, as evidenced by how they won every playoff game this year.

Anyway, I sure hope the Yanks win because if they lose, it will probably have worse repercussions than if they lost in the first round.

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Pitcher for pitcher, the Marlins are a much better staff than that Angels team.
potentially... not at the time.

Washburn was pitching very well... not as good as Beckett but very well.

Percival and Rodriguez were an amazing 8th-9th inning combo... better then Urby and Looper.

Florida is not pitching that well right now... I dont know what games you have been watching

Playoff stats:

Player TEAM W L ERA
1. J Beckett FLA 1 1 2.73
2. M Redman FLA 0 0 5.17
3. U Urbina FLA 1 0 2.70
4. B Penny FLA 1 1 10.24
5. D Willis FLA 0 1 12.00

Hardly overwhelming....

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potentially... not at the time.

Washburn was pitching very well... not as good as Beckett but very well.

Percival and Rodriguez were an amazing 8th-9th inning combo... better then Urby and Looper.

Florida is not pitching that well right now... I dont know what games you have been watching

Playoff stats:

Player TEAM W L ERA
1. J Beckett FLA 1 1 2.73
2. M Redman FLA 0 0 5.17
3. U Urbina FLA 1 0 2.70
4. B Penny FLA 1 1 10.24
5. D Willis FLA 0 1 12.00

Hardly overwhelming....
I'm talking about the pitchers. Not what they are doing. Both teams have gotten hot at the right time but if you look at the two staffs, the Marlins staff it's a much more superios staff.

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