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    Indians vs Yankees

    Indians are winning 16-2 in the 4th inning. They scored 14 in the second inning alone



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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    Chien-Ming Wang's 2009 ERA is 34.50! If you've got DirecTV, hit up channel 388 and you can watch this laugh fest.



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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    Quote Originally Posted by garn91 View Post
    Chien-Ming Wang's 2009 ERA is 34.50! If you've got DirecTV, hit up channel 388 and you can watch this laugh fest.
    yea his replacement claggett's era is 43.50



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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    Go tribe thats right.



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    Don't confuse hope for a plan.

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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    Make that 20-2



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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    I have no idea what the hell Girardi is thinking. Wang should have started the year at Triple A since he didn't pitch much after the all-star break last year. He needed one or two full starts at triple A to start.

    Yankees need to:
    1. Send Wang down
    2. Move Chamberlain back into the bullpen so there is someone who knows how to pitch not named Rivera
    3. Hang on until A-Rod gets back
    4. Get Matsui and Nady healthy


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    Anything that happens..to the Yankees is fine by me lol. They play with money.. thats it.


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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    Fun things from the box score (only in the 5th)

    5 Hrs for Cleveland
    Mark DeRosa has 6 RBI
    Yankees have given up 6 walks
    Indians lead AL in getting walks.

    The 14 run HALF inning lasted 37 Minutes.
    Additionally that is the most runs the Yankees have ever allowed in a single inning.

    The Indians tied the club record for most runs in an inning. Last time they did it was in 1950 against the Philadelphia A's.


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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    Quote Originally Posted by NewCoke View Post
    Yankees have given up 6 walks
    Indians lead AL in getting walks.
    I think the Yankees gotta be damn close to the major league lead in free passes given...they've walked a lot of opposing batters



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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    Quote Originally Posted by NewCoke View Post
    Fun things from the box score (only in the 5th)

    5 Hrs for Cleveland
    Mark DeRosa has 6 RBI
    Yankees have given up 6 walks
    Indians lead AL in getting walks.

    The 14 run HALF inning lasted 37 Minutes.
    Additionally that is the most runs the Yankees have ever allowed in a single inning.

    The Indians tied the club record for most runs in an inning. Last time they did it was in 1950 against the Philadelphia A's.



    Very nice. Need to go see some highlights.



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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    As an Indians fan the other things that are important to me.
    1) Carmona has looked good for the 1st time this year, and today is a great day to get your confidence back and a great lineup to do it against.
    2) If Carmona can make it through 7 gives our bullpen some much needed rest.
    3) Clearly between the 1st game of this series and today's game the Indians offense is officially on fire. (even though it was a loss yesterday wasn't bad either)
    4) NewYork's bullpen is getting sapped these 1st three games, if we can get Burnett out of the game early tommorow (5th or before) it bodes really well for Cleveland.

    Than a question for the board not necessarily Cleveland related. Is the New Yankee Stadium really as hitter friendly as it has seemed this series or are both teams offenses just hitting dingers left and right?


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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    20-4 start of the comeback



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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    Quote Originally Posted by NewCoke View Post
    As an Indians fan the other things that are important to me.
    1) Carmona has looked good for the 1st time this year, and today is a great day to get your confidence back and a great lineup to do it against.
    2) If Carmona can make it through 7 gives our bullpen some much needed rest.
    3) Clearly between the 1st game of this series and today's game the Indians offense is officially on fire. (even though it was a loss yesterday wasn't bad either)
    4) NewYork's bullpen is getting sapped these 1st three games, if we can get Burnett out of the game early tommorow (5th or before) it bodes really well for Cleveland.

    Than a question for the board not necessarily Cleveland related. Is the New Yankee Stadium really as hitter friendly as it has seemed this series or are both teams offenses just hitting dingers left and right?


    If Carmona can start pitching well for us that will be huge. Our offense is obviously there take a look but if our pitching can be good and give our bullpen some rest well be set. I hope we can inch our way back to the .500 mark with some more confidence.

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    Re: Indians vs Yankees

    Quote Originally Posted by NewCoke View Post
    Than a question for the board not necessarily Cleveland related. Is the New Yankee Stadium really as hitter friendly as it has seemed this series or are both teams offenses just hitting dingers left and right?
    It's the same dimensions and stuff as old Yankee Stadium so I'd guess just the offenses. The fact that it's not as enclosed as much might have an effect but I don't know.



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