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    Yankees @ Blue Jays Sept. 26-28

    Yankees @ Blue Jays
    Mon, Sep 26 7:07 PM EDT
    At Rogers Centre

    TBD Most likely L. Severino (6-3)

    TBD

    Tue, Sep 27 7:07 PM EDT

    TBD J. Taillon (13-5)

    TBD

    Wed, Sep 28 7:07 PM EDT

    TBD Cole (12-7)

    TBD

    None of the pitchers on either side are official. I will try to update as announcements are made.


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    I think Judge has a rough time. I don't think they pitch to him at all.
    He's getting antsy.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    I think Judge has a rough time. I don't think they pitch to him at all.
    He's getting antsy.
    I think he hits #61 tonight. He has good career numbers against TBD.

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    Heard Carpenter's most recent imaging was positive, Benintendi's stitches due out in next few days and LeMahieu told me he's close to letting loose to see what his toe can handle. The NYY are potentially getting healthier and will have to make some tough postseason roster calls

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    I think he hits #61 tonight. He has good career numbers against TBD.
    Honestly if I'm Toronto I don't pitch to him at all. It's a huge opportunity for them to get in his head right before the playoffs. He wouldn't get a single pitch to hit all series if I was Toronto. They pretty much have the WC locked up and they can't catch the Yankees at this point. The best they can hope for in this series is to get in Aaron Judge's head. If they can win the series to boot, even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dayners81 View Post
    @Joelsherman1

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    Heard Carpenter's most recent imaging was positive, Benintendi's stitches due out in next few days and LeMahieu told me he's close to letting loose to see what his toe can handle. The NYY are potentially getting healthier and will have to make some tough postseason roster calls
    This is great news. If you add those three to the lineup, it looks really good, especially with how Torres, Cabrera, and Donaldson have played lately.

    1. Judge (normally I disagree with him batting here but they have been winning so I would go with it)
    2. Benintendi
    3. Torres
    4. Rizzo
    5. DJ
    6. Stanton
    7. Bader
    8. Trevino
    9. Cabrera/IKF

    Bench: Carpenter, Donaldson, Higgy, IKF, Cabrera

    Sorry: Hicks, Gonzalez, Peraza, Locastro

    That's a very good lineup. Much better than the one they had in the playoffs last year.

    Last year Gallo, Hicks, and Higgy/Sanchez were automatic outs at the end of the lineup. This year they have better bats and some flexibility with subs at the end of the game. Bader, Beni, Carp, and Bader could make a big difference this year.
    Last edited by Phoba Rama; 09-26-2022 at 02:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoba Rama View Post
    This is great news. If you add those three to the lineup, it looks really good, especially with how Torres, Cabrera, and Donaldson have played lately.

    1. Judge (normally I disagree with him batting here but they have been winning so I would go with it)
    2. Benintendi
    3. Torres
    4. Rizzo
    5. DJ
    6. Stanton
    7. Bader
    8. Trevino
    9. Cabrera/IKF

    Bench: Carpenter, Donaldson, Higgy, IKF, Cabrera

    Sorry: Hicks, Gonzalez, Peraza, Locastro

    That's a very good lineup. Much better than the one they had in the playoffs last year.

    Last year Gallo, Hicks, and Higgy/Sanchez were automatic outs at the end of the lineup. This year they have better bats and some flexibility with subs at the end of the game. Bader, Beni, Carp, and Bader could make a big difference this year.
    So far I'm a huge fan of Bader and am starting to see what they were thinking making that deal. An OF of Benny, Bader and Judge is really, really good on both sides of the ball. Speed, defense, athleticism ect

    I'm a tad conflicted about Benny, is he going to come back and hit right away? if he's not 100%, IMO it's had to put Cabrera on the bench.

    Carp gives us that great pinch hitter we need, It's going to be very hard for him to play the field.

    Overall, healthy that is a lineup that can compete with anyone

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    Volpe is the future 3rd baseman!


    Case closed!
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    PINKPOP 1992

    1. Even Flow
    2. Why Go
    3. Jeremy
    4. Alive
    5. Black
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    Quote Originally Posted by dayners81 View Post
    So far I'm a huge fan of Bader and am starting to see what they were thinking making that deal. An OF of Benny, Bader and Judge is really, really good on both sides of the ball. Speed, defense, athleticism ect

    I'm a tad conflicted about Benny, is he going to come back and hit right away? if he's not 100%, IMO it's had to put Cabrera on the bench.

    Carp gives us that great pinch hitter we need, It's going to be very hard for him to play the field.

    Overall, healthy that is a lineup that can compete with anyone
    If everyone is healthy, DJ, Benni and Carp replace Lo Castro, Gonzalez and Peraza in that order, but they should all be on call if the others can't hack it after playing 3 days in a row and need to be replaced. Oswaldo is the main utility guy, but he can only play one position at a time (LOL). It's too bad Stanton probably can't play at all in the OF.

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    Interesting, Sherman is saying Cabrera is a lock on the post season roster

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    Josh Donaldson since becoming a girl dad of two:

    12 G, 14-for-48 (.292), 3 HR, 5 BB, .864 OPS

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    According to Boone, " Frankie Montas could be used as an opener or a reliever in the postseason" #Yankees

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    1 Judge CF
    2 Rizzo 1st
    3 Torres 2nd
    4 JD 3rd
    5 Stanton DH
    6 Ozzy RF
    7 Bader CF
    8 IKF SS
    9 Trevino C
    P Sevy

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    Ikf!



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