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Posted by: Sam Borden - Posted in Misc on Oct 15, 2009 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

The Yankees had 15 walkoff wins in the regular season and one more already in the playoffs. That experience gives them an incredible confidence late in games, which can become a real weapon the in the postseason (especially during games at the Stadium). Chad Jennings has a look at the never-say-die Yankees.

While the Red Sox will always be the Yankees biggest rival, the Angels have become their nemesis in recent years, and Mike Scioscia’s team always seems to be standing in the Yankees way. For more on how the Yankees will try and finally get past LA, check out my column.

Johnny Damon was the only regular who took part in a simulated game at the Stadium on Tuesday’s off day, and the left fielder is looking to turn around his performance after a woeful ALDS. Josh Thomson has the story.

The Yankees are preparing themselves to handle the Angels aggressiveness. The notebook also has updates on roster questions, rotations for both teams and the men in blue.

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