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New York Yankees vs. Atlanta Braves @ Turner Field Series Thread

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The Yankees go to Atlanta to face the Braves for three. Let's see if I have any luck with the series threads.

New York Yankees @ Atlanta Braves

Turner Field

(June 23,24,25)

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Tuesday

7 pm My9

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RHP Wang (0-5, 12.30) RHP Tommy Hanson (2-0, 4.08)

Wednesday

7 pm YES & ESPN2

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RHP Chamberlain (3-2, 3.89) RHP Kenshin Kawakami (4-6, 4.42)

Thursday

7pm YES

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LHP Pettite (7-3, 4.26) RHP Derek Lowe (7-5, 4.09)

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LOL.

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I don't care if Jesus H. Christ is starting the game threads. As long as Clueless Joe is the manager, we're screwed.

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I don't care if Jesus H. Christ is starting the game threads. As long as Clueless Joe is the manager, we're screwed.

Good then you won't be disappointed when you get swept. :biggrin:

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Damon is on the bench tonight. Swisher is batting second. Let's hope Wang doesn't shatter his foot running the bases tonight.

YANKEES (38-31)

Jeter SS

Swisher RF

Teixeira 1B

Rodriguez 3B

Cano 2B

Posada C

Cabrera LF

Gardner CF

Wang RHP

Pitching: RHP Chien-Ming Wang (0-5, 12.30).

BRAVES (33-36)

Lineup TBA

Pitching: RHP Tommy Hanson (2-0, 4.08).

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Damon is on the bench tonight. Swisher is batting second. Let's hope Wang doesn't shatter his foot running the bases tonight.

I was in Houston for the first two games. That was horrifying watching him round third and blow out his knee. I hope we never have to see that sh*t again. That's why I hate the pitcher batting. Pitchers can't hit/run bases, change the damn rule.

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At least they're finally giving Gardner a chance again. He does have better stats then Melky right now.

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Just saw this on my Twitter from the Yankee beat writer for the Daily News...

"With a win tonight, Kei Igawa will tie the Scranton franchise record with 26 career wins. That's worth $46 million, no?"

:bag:

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Runner on 2nd with no outs and they don't drive in the run. I'm shocked.

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Runner on 2nd with no outs and they don't drive in the run. I'm shocked.

I was shocked to see that ARod struck out meekly in a clutch spot.

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I've seen enough of Wang this season.

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Garrett Anderson is a Yankee killer. It seems like he gets a hit everytime at bat.

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I've seen enough of Wang this season.

He was fine getting the first two outs. Then he just fell apart.

It doesn't help that the offense is AWOL.

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He was fine getting the first two outs. Then he just fell apart.

It doesn't help that the offense is AWOL.

Wang cant last 3 innings without giving up a boatload of hits and runs.

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This game is basically over. A pitcher like Hanson probably won't allow a run to this ****ty ass lineup.

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Hanson is pitching like total s***. Our clutch hitting is just sh*ttier. It's painful watching them. I wanna punch something.

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HEY YANKEES: THIS IS WHAT YOUR PERFORMANCE REEKS OF.

:puke::puke::puke::puke::puke::puke::puke:

Congratulations, you f****** suck.

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I would like to say congrats to the only people performing lately...

Brett Gardner

Phil Hughes

and Andy Pettitte, and A.J. Burnett in their last starts.

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New luck!

In Otter we trust.

I thought my red hot streak in softball might rub off on the Yankees. Maybe they can turn it around in the next two games.

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This team is headed for 4th place. What a ****ing joke.

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Hanson!

He sucked. The Yankees sucked more unfortunately.

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He sucked. The Yankees sucked more unfortunately.

You're right.

5 2/3 innings of scoreless pitching is horrible.

Forget the walks..this kid is going to be money.

3-0 3.13 ERA

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The guy did suck yesterday. Had he faced an actual lineup, and not a crappy one like the Yankees, he would have not made it out of the 3rd or 4th inning. You are right, someday this guy is going to be a damn good pitcher, but he's not all that special right now, and from what I saw a little wild.

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This team is headed for 4th place. What a ****ing joke.

+1, a ****ing joke indeed.

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He sucked. The Yankees sucked more unfortunately.

:bag:

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The guy did suck yesterday. Had he faced an actual lineup, and not a crappy one like the Yankees, he would have not made it out of the 3rd or 4th inning. You are right, someday this guy is going to be a damn good pitcher, but he's not all that special right now, and from what I saw a little wild.

:rl: Riiiiiight.

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Good input.

Ignore him, he probably didn't even watch the game so he doesn't have a clue how completely average the guy was. The guy was a walk machine, and got in trouble a lot during this game, the Yankees crappy clutch hitting just got him out of it.

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Ignore him, he probably didn't even watch the game so he doesn't have a clue how completely average the guy was. The guy was a walk machine, and got in trouble a lot during this game, the Yankees crappy clutch hitting just got him out of it.

He didn't pitch well. He missed the zone a LOT, and usually missed badly. He got into jams every inning, and the Yankees bailed him out each and every time with groundouts, DP's and strikeouts. Go Yankees!

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You Yankmee fans are hilarious.

Getting out of jams is what good pitchers are all about..no matter if they are responsible for that jam.

I'm sure the DP's and groundouts had nothing to do with Hanson's pitching.

:rl:

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