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October 6, 2005

Tony Graffanino

by @ 10:10 am. Filed under 2005 Season

Give the guy a break. Do you know how hard it is to field a ground ball when you have your two hands wrapped around your throat??

I feel for Boomer too. He’s a Yankees through and through even though he took this one year to go over to the dark side. He’s a great big game pitcher and got the Red Sox out of a jam in the fifth….ooops, maybe not. While he did an admirable job at replacing Pedro, not even he can overcome the black hole like sucking sucking ability of the Boston Red Sox. The only thing that would have made it funnier is if Wells started pummelling Gaffy in the dugout. Then I guess he wouldn’t have gotten that double to “redeem” himself.

2 Responses to “Tony Graffanino”

  1. Lindsay Says:

    I am a reporter for Newsday looking to speak with a major Yankee fan about any superstitions you may heed while watching games. I have spoken to one person who eats popsicle sticks during winning streaks and another who leans on a particular elbow–you get the drift. 5-minute phone conversation TODAY and your superstition will be printed in the paper. Please call at

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Did a Yankee fan actually make a choking reference? God, talk about short term memory…

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