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Peter Abraham

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Tigers and Twins the compelling series

September
28

Tweet As the Yankees fulfill their professional obligations by playing the Kansas City Royals in a meaningless series, the Detroit Tigers will be hosting the Minnesota Twins in a four-game series that will likely decide who the Yankees face the American League Division Series. The Tigers (83-72) lead the Twins (81-74) by two games with [...]

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 28th, 2009 | 318 Comments »

Pitching matchups for the Royals series

September
28

Tweet Tonight: RHP Luke Hochevar (7-11, 5.98) vs. RHP Chad Gaudin (1-0, 3.71), 7:05, YES. Tuesday: RHP Anthony Lerew (0-1, 3.86) vs. RHP A.J. Burnett (12-9, 4.19), 7:05, YES. Wednesday: RHP Robinson Tejeda (4-2, 3.41) vs. RHP Joba Chamberlain (9-6, 4.72), 7:05, YES. ————- It’ll be interesting to see whether Joe Girardi gives everybody the [...]

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 28th, 2009 | 183 Comments »

Today in The Journal News

September
28

Tweet The Yankees celebrated their division title after beating the Red Sox. Now the Yankees have a choice of which division series they want to play. This notebook also has updates on Robinson Cano and Jorge Posada.

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 28th, 2009 | 20 Comments »

The classic Captain pose

September
27

Tweet Finally tonight, enjoy this shot Derek Jeter. Two comments as well: Joe Girardi: β€œIt feels great. We had a lot of kids mature, we had a lot of people step up. We had a lot of people have great years, MVP-type years, Cy Young-type years. We got a lot out of this year. But [...]

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 27th, 2009 | 284 Comments »

Miller Lights for everybody

September
27

Tweet Mark Teixeira preferred a brew to the bubbly.

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 27th, 2009 | 18 Comments »

A Swishalicious celebration

September
27

Tweet Suffice it to say, Nick Swisher was pretty pleased.

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 27th, 2009 | 141 Comments »

Scenes from the clubhouse

September
27

Tweet It’s always the young guys β€” and oddly those didn’t have much to do with it β€” who celebrate the most after a baseball team clinches. Mo, Andy, Derek, Jorge, Johnny, CC and A.J. were pretty composed, repeatedly mentioning that the Yankees still had a lot of work to do. Meanwhile a marauding gang [...]

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 27th, 2009 | 76 Comments »

The sun shines on a celebration

September
27

Tweet The Yankees have beaten the Red Sox 4-2 to secure the American League East title and the best record in the AL, which brings with it home-field advantage throughout the postseason. After a gloomy start to the day, the sun broke through the clouds late in the game and there were blue skies over [...]

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 27th, 2009 | 156 Comments »

Game 156: Red Sox at Yankees

September
27

Tweet YANKEES (99-56) Jeter SS Gardner CF Teixeira 1B Rodriguez 3B Matsui DH Swisher RF Cano 2B Cabrera LF Molina C Pitching: LHP Andy Pettitte (13-7, 4.15). RED SOX (91-63) Ellsbury CF Pedroia 2B Bay LF Youkilis 1B Ortiz DH Lowell 3B Drew RF Varitek C Gonzalez SS Pitching: RHP Paul Byrd (1-2, 6.04). TIME/TV: [...]

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 27th, 2009 | 932 Comments »

Today in The Journal News

September
27

Tweet CC Sabathia continued to be an ace as the Yankees moved a step away from the division title. A.J. Burnett is headed home and will have his start pushed back. This notebook also has updates on Dave Robertson and Jorge Posada. Sam Borden reflects on the impact Johnny Damon has had on the Yankees. [...]

Posted by Peter Abraham on September 27th, 2009 | 94 Comments »


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