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View Poll Results: How Many Wins for the Yankees in These Series?

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  • 3-0 Baby! They'll Sweep the Red Sox!

    6 50.00%
  • They'll Manage to Win 2 Games

    4 33.33%
  • They'll Somehow Only Win 1 Game

    1 8.33%
  • They'll Get Swept! Without Nova We're Screwed!!

    1 8.33%
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    New York Yankees (11-8) @ Boston Red Sox (9-10) { 3 Games Series [4/22][4/23][4/24] }



    New York Yankees(11-8) _Boston Red Sox (8-10)


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    Pitching Matchups

    Tuesday, April 22 at Fenway Park | 7:10 PM ET
    Radio: NYY { WFAN 660/101.9 FM, WADO 1280 } BOS { WEEI 93.7, WCEC 1490 AM }
    TV: NYY [ MY9, MLBN ] BOS [ NESN+, MLBN ]


    Masahiro Tanaka, RHP (2-0, 2.05 ERA)



    Last 3 starts
    22.0 innings | 2 Wins | 0 Losses | 2.05 ERA | 28 Strikeouts

    Last 5 years vs. BOS hitters
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    BOS Hitters AVG AB HR RBI Xander Bogaerts - - - - Jackie Bradley Jr. - - - - Mike Carp - - - - Jonny Gomes - - - - Jonathan Herrera - - - - Brock Holt - - - - Mike Napoli - - - - Daniel Nava - - - - David Ortiz - - - - Dustin Pedroia - - - - A Pierzynski.J. - - - - David Ross - - - - Grady Sizemore - - - -
    Jon Lester, LHP (2-1, 2.05 ERA)



    Last 3 starts
    22.0 innings pitched | 2 Wins | 1 Loss | 2.05 ERA | 21 Strikeouts


    Last 10 years Vs. NY Yankees

    161.1 innings pitched | 12 Wins | 5 Losses | 3.90 ERA | 159 Strikeouts

    Last 5 years vs. NYY hitters
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    NYY Hitters AVG AB HR RBI Dean Anna - - - - Carlos Beltran - - - - Jacoby Ellsbury - - - - Brett Gardner .182 11 0 0 Derek Jeter .320 50 1 7 Kelly Johnson .000 12 0 0 Brian McCann .500 4 0 0 JR Murphy R .000 2 0 0 Brian Roberts .160 25 1 1 Yangervis Solarte - - - - Alfonso Soriano .300 10 0 0 Ichiro Suzuki .342 38 2 4 Mark Teixeira .238 42 1 4
    Scouting Report:

    YANKEES: Tanaka will get his first taste of the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry in his fourth career start. The righty has been terrific, setting a club record with 28 K's in his first three starts. He blanked the Cubs on two hits over eight frames his last time out.

    RED SOX: Lester has enjoyed a strong April, working into the seventh in each of his four outings. That included a win over the Yankees, in which he allowed two runs over 6 2/3 innings on April 11.


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    Wednesday 4/23, 7:10 PM ET at Fenway Park
    Radio: NYY { WFAN 660/101.9 FM, WADO 1280 } BOS { WEEI 93.7, WCEC 1490 AM }
    TV: NYY [ YES, ESPN ] BOS [ NESN, ESPN ]



    Michael Pineda, RHP (2-1, 1.00 ERA)



    Last 3 starts
    18.0 innings pitched | 2 Wins | 1 Loss | 1.00 ERA | 15 Strikeouts


    Last 10 years Vs. Boston Red Sox

    10.1 innings pitched | 1 Win | 1 Loss | 6.97 ERA | 11 Strikeouts

    Last 5 years vs. BOS hitters
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    BOS Hitters AVG AB HR RBI Xander Bogaerts - - - - Jackie Bradley Jr. - - - - Mike Carp - - - - Jonny Gomes - - - - Jonathan Herrera - - - - Brock Holt - - - - Mike Napoli .000 2 0 0 Daniel Nava - - - - David Ortiz .500 2 0 0 Dustin Pedroia .000 3 0 0 A Pierzynski.J. .333 3 0 0 David Ross - - - - Grady Sizemore - - - -

    John Lackey, RHP (1-2, 6.00 ERA)



    Last 3 starts
    18.0 innings pitched | 1 Win | 2 Losses | 6.00 ERA | 17 Strikeouts


    Last 10 years Vs. NY Yankees

    176.2 innings pitched | 10 Wins | 11 Losses | 4.99 ERA | 142 Strikeouts

    Last 5 years vs. NYY hitters
    Code:
    NYY Hitters AVG AB HR RBI Dean Anna - - - - Carlos Beltran - - - - Jacoby Ellsbury .500 4 0 0 Brett Gardner .355 31 0 4 Derek Jeter .250 28 0 4 Kelly Johnson .250 12 0 2 Brian McCann - - - - JR Murphy .000 1 0 0 Brian Roberts .278 18 0 0 Yangervis Solarte - - - - Alfonso Soriano .375 8 0 0 Ichiro Suzuki .256 39 0 3 Mark Teixeira .136 22 0 2
    Scouting Report:

    YANKEES: Pineda has been sharp through his first three starts for New York, pitching six innings in each outing and permitting no more than one run. He beat the Red Sox on April 10, scattering four hits with two walks and seven strikeouts.

    RED SOX: It has been a rough few games for Lackey. He's trying to work through his troubles after surrendering at least six runs and 10 hits in consecutive starts for the first time in his career.


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    Thursday 4/24, 7:10 PM ET at Fenway Park
    Radio: NYY { WFAN 660/101.9 FM, WADO 1280 } BOS { WEEI 93.7, WCEC 1490 AM }
    TV: NYY [ YES, MLBN ] BOS [ NESN+, MLBN ]



    CC Sabathia, LHP (2-1, 4.05 ERA)



    Last 3 starts
    20.0 innings pitched | 2 Wins | 1 Loss | 4.05 ERA | 21 Strikeouts


    Last 10 years Vs. Boston Red Sox

    182.1 innings pitched | 10 Wins | 12 Losses | 4.47 ERA | 166 Strikeouts

    Last 5 years vs. BOS hitters
    Code:
    BOS Hitters AVG AB HR RBI Xander Bogaerts .000 2 0 0 Jackie Bradley Jr. .000 4 0 0 Mike Carp .000 5 0 0 Jonny Gomes .300 20 1 4 Jonathan Herrera .000 1 0 0 Brock Holt - - - - Mike Napoli .250 24 1 6 Daniel Nava .167 12 1 3 David Ortiz .209 43 1 3 Dustin Pedroia .320 50 0 3 A.J. Pierzynski .667 3 0 0 David Ross .500 8 0 0 Grady Sizemore .286 7 1 1

    Felix Doubront, LHP (0-2, 5.63 ERA)



    Last 3 starts
    16.0 innings pitched | 0 Win | 2 Losses | 5.63 ERA | 11 Strikeouts


    Last 10 years Vs. NY Yankees

    56.1 innings pitched | 3 Wins | 3 Losses | 4.15 ERA | 51 Strikeouts

    Last 5 years vs. NYY hitters
    Code:
    NYY Hitters AVG AB HR RBI Dean Anna - - - - Carlos Beltran - - - - Jacoby Ellsbury - - - - Brett Gardner .167 12 0 2 Derek Jeter .143 14 0 0 Kelly Johnson .308 13 0 2 Brian McCann - - - - JR Murphy - - - - Brian Roberts .000 3 0 1 Yangervis Solarte - - - - Alfonso Soriano .600 5 2 6 Ichiro Suzuki .154 13 0 1 Mark Teixeira .250 12 2 4
    Scouting Report:

    YANKEES: Sabathia put together a complete outing in his last start, holding the Rays to two runs over seven innings. The Red Sox saw him on April 11 and were silenced through five innings before erupting for a four-run sixth, with two homers.

    RED SOX: The left-hander has performed well in his past two starts, with two quality outings. However, he has little to show for it. In his last start against the Orioles, he allowed two runs on five hits in 6 2/3 innings for the no-decision.
    Last edited by ShinobiNYC; 04-23-2014 at 07:12 PM.
    Carlos Beltran 2014 Stats:
    33 Games | .307 wOBA | .240 BABIP | 5 HRs | 14 Runs | 15 RBIs


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    nice looking thread shinobi. hope we sweep these guys. at least 2/3
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    injured.....again

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    Great IGT. Off days suck but they sure do need one. Go Yanks!

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    Thanks, I'm still tweaking it as you guys were typing
    Carlos Beltran 2014 Stats:
    33 Games | .307 wOBA | .240 BABIP | 5 HRs | 14 Runs | 15 RBIs


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    Nice IGT, much better than RCS.

    Masahiro Tanaka

    11-1| 99.2 IP| 10.20 K/9| 1.44 BB/9| 0.90 HR/9| 1.99 ERA| 2.70 FIP| 2.32 xFIP| 2.9 fWAR

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    Btw I'll add the Sabathia # Doubront matchup in a bit. The Red Sox are yet to finish their game with the Orioles.
    Carlos Beltran 2014 Stats:
    33 Games | .307 wOBA | .240 BABIP | 5 HRs | 14 Runs | 15 RBIs


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankees 1903 View Post
    Nice IGT, much better than RCS.
    I haven't made an IGT this year. Jerk.

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    As long as we take 2/3, I'll be happy...
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    Yup, get back on track and win another series. A sweep would be icing on the cake though.

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    Tanaka and Pineda are becoming must see TV. Hopefully CC feeds off his last start.

    Masahiro Tanaka

    11-1| 99.2 IP| 10.20 K/9| 1.44 BB/9| 0.90 HR/9| 1.99 ERA| 2.70 FIP| 2.32 xFIP| 2.9 fWAR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankees 1903 View Post
    Tanaka and Pineda are becoming must see TV. Hopefully CC feeds off his last start.
    Before this year, I would have suggested that you might not want to use the words "feeds" and "CC Sabathia" in the same sentence.
    Last edited by metswon69; 04-21-2014 at 02:56 AM.

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    I hate the Sox. Hate.

    I'm also incredibly sick of the ceremonies acting like a dumb azz kids pipe bomb = 9/11.

    Sorry if that's wrong........maybe I'm just a jaded NYer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeoYankee View Post
    I hate the Sox. Hate.

    I'm also incredibly sick of the ceremonies acting like a dumb azz kids pipe bomb = 9/11.

    Sorry if that's wrong........maybe I'm just a jaded NYer.
    I'm actually glad the media shows concern for what happened in Boston. However, I am very sad that the media does not show enough concern about 9-11. Without getting too political, the media doesn't want to show too much praise for George Bush and prefers to focus on the military response as being excessive. Regardless of our feelings on the matter, 9-11 was infinitely more important and infamous than the pipe bombing in Boston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    I'm actually glad the media shows concern for what happened in Boston. However, I am very sad that the media does not show enough concern about 9-11. Without getting too political, the media doesn't want to show too much praise for George Bush and prefers to focus on the military response as being excessive. Regardless of our feelings on the matter, 9-11 was infinitely more important and infamous than the pipe bombing in Boston.
    Well said! 100% agree

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    So pumped I'll be at Game 2 on Wednesday, I want a Pineda gem and an Ellsbury career game

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