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    67 and Sunny is the early forecast for Thee game.

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    not to reopen this debate but I haven't really been folliowing the AL MVP race, but I havne't heard Miggy's name at all. How is he not being mentioned?
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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"]not to reopen this debate but I haven't really been folliowing the AL MVP race, but I havne't heard Miggy's name at all. How is he not being mentioned?
    [/quote]</P>


    should be at this point i suppose.
    I think he was overshadowed by verlander's ridiculous season maybe?</P>
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    NEW YORK -- Abiding by George Steinbrenner's credo of a championship
    or failure, Yankees team president Randy Levine labeled the 2011 season
    as unsuccessful.</p>

    "We are the Yankees," Levine told ESPNNewYork.com
    on Friday as he and the franchise coped with being eliminated at home
    in Game 5 of the ALDS by the Tigers. "That is the way The Boss set it
    up. When you don't win the World Series, it is a bitter disappointment
    and not a successful year."</p>

    Levine said the Yankees are using
    Friday to reflect on the team's disappointment. When they return to go
    full throttle toward 2012, the first order of business will be to
    re-sign Yankees general Brian Cashman. Both Cashman and the team have
    said that they want him to return.</p>


    "Hopefully, as I've said to you many times, we can get Cash
    done," Levine said. "And then he can start putting the team together."</p>

    If Cashman re-signs, then his first big decision is how to handle the opt-out clause in CC Sabathia's
    contract. Sabathia can forgo the final year of his seven-year, $161
    million contract and become a free agent. Sabathia, 31, has four years
    and $92 million left on his current contract.</p>

    He said he has not
    made a decision yet, but it is hard to imagine he won't at least use the
    clause to either receive more money and/or years from the Yankees.</p>

    The
    Yankees must decide how much more they want to invest in the portly
    left-hander, who has continually been among the league leaders in
    innings pitched. Levine declined to speculate on what the Yankees could
    offer Sabathia.</p>

    At this point, Jorge Posada is the biggest name who is expected not to return, leaving the Core Four down to the Dynamic Duo of shortstop Derek Jeter and closer Mariano Rivera.</p>

    This
    past season, Jeter picked up hit No. 3,000 in dramatic fashion, while
    Rivera set the all-time saves record, but those feats did not ease the
    pain Levine feels from being eliminated.</p>


    </p>







    "We had the best record in [the American League,]" Levine
    said. "We had a lot of great moments between Jeter and Mariano. We had a
    very strong (97-win) regular season."</p>

    Levine said the late
    Steinbrenner drove the Yankees' win-or-else mentality, and while the
    franchise still has that as its mission statement, it may take a more
    measured approach to improving.</p>

    One of the aspects that Cashman
    has been most proud of since he has gained more control of personnel
    decisions is the Yankees' patience. </p>

    The Yankees will likely look into the top free agent pitcher, C.J. Wilson of the Rangers. They could also deal for a starter, but Cashman has been hesitant to give up his top prospects, catcher/DH Jesus Montero, who figures to start next year in the majors, and minor league starters Manny Banuelos and Dellin Betances.</p>

    "It's
    way too early to even speculate, do anything or talk about anything,"
    Levine said. "Nobody is talking about that today. Everybody is just
    reflecting on what took place. There is absolutely nothing today. The
    wound is too fresh."</p>

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    "I think playing that second half and the way we came out, the Eagles
    didn't want to play no more," Gore said in an interview on ESPN's "First
    Take."

    "We just kept pounding and kept pounding and making plays and we kind of knocked the fight out of them," Gore said.

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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]"I think playing that second half and the way we came out, the Eagles
    didn't want to play no more," Gore said in an interview on ESPN's "First
    Take."

    "We just kept pounding and kept pounding and making plays and we kind of knocked the fight out of them," Gore said.[/quote]

    i been telling u guys that since day one

    Philly CANNOT play the run and they have ZERO line

    all hype team.
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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]

    NEW YORK -- Abiding by George Steinbrenner's credo of a championship
    or failure, Yankees team president Randy Levine labeled the 2011 season
    as unsuccessful.</p>

    "We are the Yankees," Levine told ESPNNewYork.com
    on Friday as he and the franchise coped with being eliminated at home
    in Game 5 of the ALDS by the Tigers. "That is the way The Boss set it
    up. When you don't win the World Series, it is a bitter disappointment
    and not a successful year."</p>

    Levine said the Yankees are using
    Friday to reflect on the team's disappointment. When they return to go
    full throttle toward 2012, the first order of business will be to
    re-sign Yankees general Brian Cashman. Both Cashman and the team have
    said that they want him to return.</p>


    "Hopefully, as I've said to you many times, we can get Cash
    done," Levine said. "And then he can start putting the team together."</p>

    If Cashman re-signs, then his first big decision is how to handle the opt-out clause in CC Sabathia's
    contract. Sabathia can forgo the final year of his seven-year, $161
    million contract and become a free agent. Sabathia, 31, has four years
    and $92 million left on his current contract.</p>

    He said he has not
    made a decision yet, but it is hard to imagine he won't at least use the
    clause to either receive more money and/or years from the Yankees.</p>

    The
    Yankees must decide how much more they want to invest in the portly
    left-hander, who has continually been among the league leaders in
    innings pitched. Levine declined to speculate on what the Yankees could
    offer Sabathia.</p>

    At this point, Jorge Posada is the biggest name who is expected not to return, leaving the Core Four down to the Dynamic Duo of shortstop Derek Jeter and closer Mariano Rivera.</p>

    This
    past season, Jeter picked up hit No. 3,000 in dramatic fashion, while
    Rivera set the all-time saves record, but those feats did not ease the
    pain Levine feels from being eliminated.</p>


    </p>







    "We had the best record in [the American League,]" Levine
    said. "We had a lot of great moments between Jeter and Mariano. We had a
    very strong (97-win) regular season."</p>

    Levine said the late
    Steinbrenner drove the Yankees' win-or-else mentality, and while the
    franchise still has that as its mission statement, it may take a more
    measured approach to improving.</p>

    One of the aspects that Cashman
    has been most proud of since he has gained more control of personnel
    decisions is the Yankees' patience. </p>

    The Yankees will likely look into the top free agent pitcher, C.J. Wilson of the Rangers. They could also deal for a starter, but Cashman has been hesitant to give up his top prospects, catcher/DH Jesus Montero, who figures to start next year in the majors, and minor league starters Manny Banuelos and Dellin Betances.</p>

    "It's
    way too early to even speculate, do anything or talk about anything,"
    Levine said. "Nobody is talking about that today. Everybody is just
    reflecting on what took place. There is absolutely nothing today. The
    wound is too fresh."</p>[/quote]hmmhm

    of course im probably the only one in here but i didnt like joe bringing cc in. hughes was on, boone was on....

    yanks left a lot of fastballs over the plate, and bunch of men on base.

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    if anybody wants to see Moorehead get abused in a thread where he tried calling me out and I wasn't there to defend myself:

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    burier is my new favorite poster
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    Mod M do you still have that fake article about us trading for Braylon? there is a thread thats rehasing the board sentiment and i thought it would be funny to post it.

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