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Posted By Alex Belth On October 21, 2009 @ 12:34 pm In Bronx Banter | Comments Disabled
CC Sabathia’s performance  in the fifth and sixth inning last night–bend don’t break, son–was the season for me. That was an ace out there. And Alex Rodriguez’s home run was about as satisfying as it gets. I knew they didn’t want Scott Kazmir to face Rodriguez again, not after Rodriguez had a good hack in his first at bat, and hit a line drive up the middle the next time up. So they bring in a reliever who threw a good pitch, down and in, and Rodriguez jacked it over the fence in left.
Oh yeah, and Johnny Damon’s home run in the eighth was none too shabby either .
Still one very big win left. So I ain’t countin’ no chickens. And, dag, for such a compelling win, there sure was some ugliness–Mr. Posada and Mr. Cano, I’m looking at you. But in the end, yeah, that was the way to respond to a tough loss, wasn’t it?
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 CC Sabathia’s performance: http://www.tedquarters.net/2009/10/21/cc-sabathia-to-paul-mccartney-no-i-am-the-walrus/
 Johnny Damon’s home run in the eighth was none too shabby either: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/joe_posnanski/10/21/Yankees.Angels/index.html
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