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Soup to Nuts

Posted By Alex Belth On September 21, 2013 @ 7:52 am In 1: Featured,Game Recap,Yankees | Comments Disabled

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We’re at the well-take-what-we-can-get stage of the season and so what’s not to like about Friday night’s game? C.C. Sabathia pitched his best game in recent memory, Alex Rodriguez broke a 1-1 tie in the 7th with a grand slam, and Mariano Rivera retired the Giants in order in the 9th. Yup, a tidy, send-’em-home-happy win if there ever was one.

Too little, too late? M’eh, let’s not think like that. It was a good time.

Especially nice to see Sabathia in control. Rodriguez, who has been in a terrible slump with his leg injuries, was able to use his upper body to smack a fly ball to the shallow part of the park in right for his grand slam. He’s now the career record holder with 24, passing The Iron Horse.

And Mo, ah, Mo. A strikeout, broken bat pop out and a ground out. Made to order.

Final Score: Yanks 5, Giants 1 [2].

(Story of the night in the AL playoff race was that the Rays outlasted the O’s, 5-4 [3] in 18 goddamn innings.)

[Photo Credit: Mike Fitzpatrick/AP]


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