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  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 8:37 PM on September 10, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Fat Bastard 

    Who the fuck starts an inning in relief with a slider when your best pitch is a 95+ MPH fastball? Joba The Hutt, that’s who! So of course he hung it and Cruz hit it a mile to tie the game. Fucking idiot.

  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 6:56 PM on September 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    No More Daily Blogging 

    After two straight losses, which are in reality not a big deal, I’ve decided to just do the occasional snarky post or commentary.

    Daily game blogging is tough!  I have much respect for those who do it professionally.

    • tomthesommelier 3:14 PM on September 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      It was a pleasure reading joey d… All my love ❤ kalani

  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 11:37 AM on September 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yanks Lose But Take Series 

    6-1 on the current home stand. I’ll take it with the O’s coming in for three.

  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 3:03 PM on September 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yankees beat Jay’s 7-5 For 8th Straight Win 

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    Game summary courtesy of  Chad Jennings and our friends at LoHud

    Until the seventh inning, Blue Jays reliever Jason Frasor had not allowed a home run to a right-handed hitter this season. That ended when Marcus Thames went deep, a two-run shot that was his 11th of the year and gave the Yankees a 7-5 win at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees have now won eight in a row, a season-high, and Thames has homered in seven of his past eight starts. The Yankees late-inning relievers were once again dominant, making up for a shaky start from Javier Vazquez and a game-tying hit off Dustin Moseley.

    Read the story here on LoHud.

  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 7:25 PM on September 3, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yankees Win 7th Straight 7-3 Over Jays 

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    Summary courtesy of Chad Jennings and our fiends at LoHud.

    The Yankees have matched the longest winning streak of the season, taking their seventh in a row with a 7-3 win against the Blue Jays this afternoon. Ivan Nova was pulled after just 4.2 innings, but he pitched pretty well and would have gotten the win had he gotten one more out. Instead, Kerry Wood will be given the decision. Without Derek Jeter or Nick Swisher in the lineup, Brett Gardner and Curtis Granderson hit first and second and combined for four RBI and four runs. At the bottom of the lineup, Ramiro Pena and Eduardo Nunez each had two hits.

    Read the story here on LoHud.

  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 1:22 PM on September 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    CC Gets To 19 Wins, Yankees Sweep Away A’s 5-0 

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    Here’s the game summary from Sam Borden and ours friend at LoHud.

    On a hot, steamy day in the Bronx, CC Sabathia was dominant (again) and the Yankees beat the A’s (again) to finish off a four-game series sweep.

    Sabathia, who allowed just one hit over eight shutout innings, is now only one win away from the first 20-win season of his career. Curtis Granderson hit two homers (after coming off the bench to replace Nick Swisher) and Jorge Posada added a shot of his own to push the Yankees to the 5-0 victory.

    Read the story here at LoHud.

  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 1:16 PM on September 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yanks Win Fifth In A Row 4-3 Over A’s 

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    Here’s the game summary from Sam Borden and ours friend at LoHud.

    A few hours after getting a good report from Andy Pettitte, the Yankees got another round of positive news on their pitchers as A.J. Burnett broke out of his latest funk. Burnett allowed three runs in six innings to earn his first victory since July 28, and the Yankees beat the A’s, 4-3.

    Mark Teixeira drove in three to provide most of the offense on the night, while Derek Jeter singled and scored twice. Joba Chamberlain, Boone Logan, Kerry Wood and – of course – Mariano Rivera got the final nine outs as the Yankees won their fifth straight.

    Read the story here at LoHud.

  • Joseph A DePinto, LCSW 12:44 AM on September 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Yankees 9 A’s 3 

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    I have great respect for the Yankees beat writers. It’s hard coming up with something worthwhile to read everyday. I have been remiss lately and today I will again use Chad Jennings’ post from our friends at LoHud.

    Phil Hughes was effective but not efficient, and it was his pitch count more than his innings limit that forced him out of the game after the fifth. Even so, Hughes picked up his 16th win. The Yankees offense did more than enough damage with home runs from Mark Teixeira, Nick Swisher and Curtis Granderson. They’ve scored at least nine runs in three of the past four games.

    Read Chad’s post here on LoHud.

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