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September 29, 2005

Yankees Stay on Top

by @ 10:37 pm. Filed under 2005 Season

Damn you David Ortiz. This would have been a lot easier if the Red Sox had lost, but Fat Papi had to ruin things by not only tying the game with homer in the eighth, but winning it with a walk off RBI single in the ninth. Now all I hearabout is “Ortiz for MVP” when I can think of at least two Yankees who deserve the award more.

The Yankees took care of business. Aaron Small improved to 10-0 and the Yankees had a 6-0 lead at one point. Jason Giambi got things started early with a three run shot in the top of the first. Hideki Matsui also homered, his 22th.

In case you missed it, the Yankees travel to the shit box for a HUGE three game series. We’re up by one, and this first game tomorrow is huge. Wang is going up against a big game pitcher in David Wells and the game is on ESPN, so I’ll get to catch the game.

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