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The 2011 Red Sawx Ellimination Party Starts Tonight

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RED SOX (90-71)

Ellsbury CF

Pedroia 2B

Ortiz DH

Gonzalez 1B

Lavarnway C

Drew RF

Scutaro SS

Crawford LF

Aviles 3B

Pitching: LHP Jon Lester (15-9, 3.49)

And their $142 Million Dollar Disaster bats 8th

HERE WE GO!!!!

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The Yankees doing their part

Jeter SS, Granderson CF, Teixeira 1B, Cano DH, Swisher RF, Jones LF, Montero C, Nunez 2B, Laird 3B, Betances P

Going with AA Rook

Wow, Girardi trying to f*ck Beantown

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The Yankees doing their part

Jeter SS, Granderson CF, Teixeira 1B, Cano DH, Swisher RF, Jones LF, Montero C, Nunez 2B, Laird 3B, Betances P

Going with AA Rook

Wow, Girardi trying to f*ck Beantown

Lets not act like the Yankees have allowed the Rays to win both of these games, because they haven't. The Yankees tried to RUN AWAY with that game last night; and then the triple play happened as the Rays were down 1 run. TB's offensive lineup worked Soriano, before NY had a chance to get to Mo... It's as simple as that. The Yankees may not have much to play for, but they've tried to win both games thus far.

And yes, you all have a rookie on the mound, but the Yankees still have one hell of a lineup starting tonight. If the Yankees weren't playing to win, or trying to eliminate the Red Sox through the Rays... They wouldn't have Jeter, Granderson, Tex, Cano and Swisher playing tonight.

But I agree with you overall.... It'll be great to see the Red Sox.... ELIMINATED!

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You must be wearing your Yankee hat tonight

Nope. Just rooting for the Sox and the rest will take care of itself.

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Well, I feel sick as of right now. 5-0 Yankees. And the Red Sox and O's are tied.

Thank the baseball god's that NY isn't throwing starting pitchers at us... Still keeping hope.

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What ever happens, how fun has it been watching these games?

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What ever happens, how fun has it been watching these games?

3 of them

Great stuff...Yanks have no more pitchers left....It's Proctor til his arm falls off

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Plenty of drama in baseball tonight.

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I have never in my life seen a change of events quite like that

I almost feel bad, almost....lol

Nice season Sawx

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Not joking. This could be the tipping point on another 86 year slide. Congrats on an all time gag job Sawx

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The Yankees gave that game away. The pitches for home run were surprisingly middle of the plate pitches.

Other than Longoria, the Rays offense is pathetic.

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Not joking. This could be the tipping point on another 86 year slide. Congrats on an all time gag job Sawx

OMG that is hysterical.

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I can not remember a season ending like this ever. Braves, Cardinals, Red Sox, Rays...all on stand-by. Wild finish.

Here is to a great post season.

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That was the strangest night of baseball I can ever remember. No matter who you root for, it was very odd. Found myself rooting for Proctor to make that mess. Let's face it; we HATE the Sawx. The Rays are no big deal. Scott Proctor is on the roster as a favor for pension time and MLB marketing money after Torre destroyed his arm.

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I can not remember a season ending like this ever. Braves, Cardinals, Red Sox, Rays...all on stand-by. Wild finish.

Here is to a great post season.

It was like watching a movie, even I got disgusted with the epic disgrace displayed by the Sux and the Braves this Sept.

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“God has a plan,’’ he said. “And it wasn’t God’s plan for us to be in the playoffs.’’

Get used to id Gonzo

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