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Yanks Will Try To Make Hunter the Hunted

I hate the fact that Cliff Lee is so darn humble. . .so damn likeable.  I wish he would run his mouth like Curt Schilling used to (and probably still does) or say stupid things like ex-Braves pitcher John Rocker often did so I had a reason to hate him other than the fact that he made Yankee hitters look like that were batting blindfolded.  But no, he just goes out and pitches. Pitches good.  Pitches great.  Pitches freakin’ phenomenal.

As any fan would, I stood behind my guy, Andy Pettitte, and I still do.  With the exception of Josh Hamilton’s reach out and touch me homerun in the 1st inning last night, Pettitte pitched a helluva game.  Two earned runs and 5 hits allowed over 7 innings. . .nothing to sneeze about.

The problem was. . .Cliff Lee was just plain out sick.

Are you kidding me? Zero earned runs, 13 strikeouts, 2 hits and 1 walk.  Thanks Cliff, for punching our face in.  If this series goes to a 7th game and the Yanks have to face Lee again, I’m thinking that might a problem and it may be time for the Bombers to make late October golf trip plans.

Tonight the Yankees turn to A.J. Burnett and hope he can shut down a Ranger offensive onslaught that has been averaging over 6.5 runs per game over the 1st three games of the ALCS.

Great.

Hey, don’t get me wrong.  I bleed pinstripes like the rest of the diehard Yankee fans do too.  And I know everyone of them, like me, is not too jazzed about Burnett pitching tonight.  The fact is, we are scared.  Petrified.  If the Rangers can put up big run numbers against Sabathia, Hughes, and select members of the Bomber bullpen, then you can bet your last nickel that those Texas hitters are foaming at the mouth waiting to hit against Burnett.  Burnett’s ERA is a whopping 5.26 and in a simulating setting last week, he couldn’t even maintain enough control to keep from clunking two of his own players.  Yikes.

But A.J. has had his moments. . .albeit far and few between this season but a few.  As a fan, I’m hoping he can muster the command and internal fortitude it’s gonna take to shut down that offense.

And speaking of offense, “hello. . .Yankee batters 2, 3 and 4. . . .are you there??”  A lot more production out of the middle of the lineup is in order.  Maybe tonight the Bombers can end the funk and slap Tommy Hunter around for awhile.  He’s making his first appearance at Yankee Stadium and it would be nice to give him a warm, loving Bronx welcome, if you get my meaning.

Let’s just hope it’s a welcome and quick “goodbye”.

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  1. Stephanie Geosits Oct 19 20101:36 pm

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    Agreed Patrick – It’s hard to hate Cliff Lee! What do you think about some of the second guessing that’s been going on in terms of people saying that the Yankees should have started Burnett vs. Lee and conceded the game, saving Pettitte for tonight?

  2. Patrick Blakeslee Oct 19 20104:34 pm

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    Stephanie, I usually think Joe G. makes sound, fundamental baseball decisions but I think when he decided to start Burnett in Game 4 instead of Game 3 against Lee, he was thinking with his heart and not his head. I read an article in the NYT that Girardi had the same philosophy back in the 90′s as a catcher when Kenny Rogers was making a questionable start in the playoffs and it went bad. I agreed with most that Burnett should have matched up against Lee, the result would have probably been the same and as you said, Pettitte would be on tonight.

    1. Christopher Rowe Oct 20 201012:24 am

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      Hating Cliff Lee is not your problem. Hating yourselves is. Yankees are not as good as pundits have embalmed. Yankees are beatable. Guess what fools, they are. Rangers can beat them. Phillies can beat them too

      1. Patrick Blakeslee Oct 20 20107:59 am

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        Nice input Rowe. You must be right. Obviously being one of the last four teams standing in the playoffs quantifies the Yankees as “not as good as pundits embalmed”. I’m not sure whether to make fun of you for your lack of baseball intelligence or because you used the word “pundits”.

        Feel free to post more after your nap and snack.

        1. Christopher Rowe Oct 20 20106:16 pm

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          See, responses like that are another reason to dislike Yankee fans for being pompous, for puffing out their chests, for expecting that they are entitled to win everything and for naturally assuming that everyone else is inferior. My baseball knowledge is impeccable and I’ll take you on any day of the week – but you don’t take the time to find out. Instead you arrogantly attack me when you know nothing about me. OK enough virtiol.

          Your Yankees are down 3-1 and could be eliminayed bu the Texas Rangers. My comment was referring tp the fact that on the wildcard Yankees have been lucky to get hot against Minnesota and while on the verge of oblivion, they send out their least effective starting pitcher and get burned. All I’m saying is that baseball is about what you do today. Tomorrow is tomorrow’s problem. Maybe the Yankees were caught looking ahead?

  3. Patrick Blakeslee Oct 20 20108:53 pm

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    Look Chris, I had to electronically bitchslap you because you came in with your nonanalytical comments and raged on about people being fools.

    As I recall, many of the so called experts seemed to be divided almost evenly about who would win the ALCS.

    As far as your comment about disliking Yankee fans…well, you are dead on. Given the fact that we have previously won 27 World Championships, have great ownership and arguably the largest fan base in the world, I think it stands to reason that we would believe we are superior to most, and at the very least, to Phillie fans who get to see their team win world championships as often as a fat kid eats an apple.

    The Yankees have underperformed in this ALCS and I for one did not expect them to walk over the Rangers. I thought from the very start it would be a battle and we are fortunate to still be in it. As a fan and as a blogger, it is my responsibility to point out the good, the bad, and analyze what’s happened and what might happen. Much credit has been given to the Ranger accomplishments here but it ain’t over yet.

    1. Christopher Rowe Oct 20 20109:11 pm

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      Your response simply reinforces my point. You can’t have a conversation without braggadacio regarding the Yankees’ greatness and exaggeration of their appeal. The Evil Empire is hated jut as much as it is loved – perhaps moreso. The team wins because it buys players and therefore buys championships – and when they fail to win they just keep buying more players until they do. Yankee treat all of MLB as their minor leagues. As for fans and ownership… well I won’t go any further. All that we ask for is fair and balanced writing.

  4. Patrick Blakeslee Oct 20 20109:24 pm

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    I love when others accuse the Yanks of buying championships. Sports teams are SUPPOSED to buy the best players that are available on the market and then WIN championships with them. They are working within the system that exist…if other owners do not like the system then they can lobby together to change it.

    As far as fair and balanced writing, a significant amount of respect and credit has been given to the Rangers. When Cliff Lee beat the Yanks, I gave him all the credit in the world.

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