YANKEES 7, MARINERS 4: Still providing help this year

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The pinstriped futures of Bobby Abreu and Jason Giambi are highly uncertain. Both players will be free agents after the season, and the Yankees are almost certain to let Giambi walk while Abreu may well get ... Full Story
Yankee Clipper

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Sep 7, 2008
Don't count us out yet! Our Yanks are gonna pull this one out, mark my words. The Sox will do their annual wilt! The Rays will collapse--they've never been there. They don't have the talent, grit, or pride. After all they don't call it Ray Pride; they call it Yankee Pride!
Don from Florida

AOL

#2 Sep 7, 2008
I am not sure if it is wishful thinking but it is a very long shot. They simply do not have the strong pitching to make a long run of wins. I have been a long time Yankee fan (1944) and have seen some great comebacks. 1978 was the best but that was a different team. I am not giving up but you have to realistic.
dicky

Rhinecliff, NY

#3 Sep 7, 2008
Seven years $120,000,000 = no world series rings for a wasted steroid infused player dont even think about resigning him !!

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