Yanks beat Royals, 6-3; Joba improves

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Joba Chamberlain bounced back from a disappointing first start with the Yankees, pitching into the fifth inning to help New York beat the Kansas City Royals 6-3 Sunday.
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Jun 8, 2008
 
This was a respectable effort by Joba.
The team looks good and is starting to heat up! It's not the toughest competition but these are the teams they have to beat.
GO YANKEES
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Jun 8, 2008
 
Maybe they'll start their "run" before the All-Star break, unlike last year. I'm really concerned about Wang and Pettitte, of all people. What's happening to Andy? Old Moose is doing pretty well, though.
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Jun 8, 2008
 
bumbye wrote:
Maybe they'll start their "run" before the All-Star break, unlike last year. I'm really concerned about Wang and Pettitte, of all people. What's happening to Andy? Old Moose is doing pretty well, though.
GO YANKEES!
I think they'll be OK. Just a little slump-hopefully!
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Jun 8, 2008
 

Judged:

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They might extend his next outing to 90 pitches. They also said they might let him wipe his own back side very soon.

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Jun 8, 2008
 
Jim wrote:
This was a respectable effort by Joba.
The team looks good and is starting to heat up! It's not the toughest competition but these are the teams they have to beat.
GO YANKEES
Agree..good post Jim...hope all is well with ya my friend...
Keep Dreaming

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#6
Jun 8, 2008
 
The team with the highest payroll in the sport is in last place folks. And I am not talking about the Knicks.
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Jun 8, 2008
 
Joba didn't do it. Thongs and mustaches did..........
Phil

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Jun 8, 2008
 
I feel like I have to say the same thing every time I post. Its a long season and anything can happen. Plus, the Yankees have come back from bigger deficits. We are only 6 and a half out, much larger of a hurdle then even last year. Yeah if they continue to play lousy then it will be worse but right now they aren't in last place and there is a hell of a lot of baseball to be played. Last year the Mets were in first almost all season and missed out on the playoffs. So don't worry about the Yanks or the payroll, they will be fine. As far as Joba, I don't know. Personally I want him to be kept in longer but I am no pitching coach, its just my opinion. But I did like what I saw from Giese. The young players aren't a wash and they are getting seasoned. I am not worried. I do wish A-Rod would have run hard out of the box when he was watching what he thought was a homer turn into a double and a throw out going for three. Its coming together and we will see how Boston and TB fare for the remainder of the season. Anything can happen and thats why I love the game.
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Jun 8, 2008
 
How bout the old timer Jason giambi? Wow, Arod has not been as great as last year although he has missed 3 weeks from that quad injury but he is starting to heat up, but right now jason giambi is carrying the team on his back, love the guy, he is proving he can still carry a team. He is on pace for 40 Hrs and 100 RBI this year, go yankees!
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Jun 9, 2008
 
The fat toad sucked again! Get him back in the bullpen!
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Jun 9, 2008
 
But what happens when Hughes and Kennedy come back?
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Jun 9, 2008
 
Doesnt Jobba"the Hut"remind you of that fat kid you picked on in school and now is trying to get even !!P.s. Whats with the gangsta hat!
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Jun 9, 2008
 
Fan wrote:
How bout the old timer Jason giambi? Wow, Arod has not been as great as last year although he has missed 3 weeks from that quad injury but he is starting to heat up, but right now jason giambi is carrying the team on his back, love the guy, he is proving he can still carry a team. He is on pace for 40 Hrs and 100 RBI this year, go yankees!
How can anybody root for a cheat who took steroids apologized and never said what he was apologizing for cheaters like him ruined the grat game of baseball !
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Jun 9, 2008
 
dicky wrote:
<quoted text>How can anybody root for a cheat who took steroids apologized and never said what he was apologizing for cheaters like him ruined the grat game of baseball !
who cares? Everyone is doing it.

I could care less if everyone is on steroids, its just a game. Pure entertainment.

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Jun 9, 2008
 
dicky wrote:
<quoted text>How can anybody root for a cheat who took steroids apologized and never said what he was apologizing for cheaters like him ruined the grat game of baseball !
What ruined baseball was lowering the pitcher's mound, adding the DH, building hitter-friendly ball parks and over-emphasizing home runs on ESPN.

Don't even get me started on basketball ...
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Jun 9, 2008
 
Joba looks like babe ruth.
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Jun 9, 2008
 
Phil wrote:
I feel like I have to say the same thing every time I post. Its a long season and anything can happen. Plus, the Yankees have come back from bigger deficits. We are only 6 and a half out, much larger of a hurdle then even last year. Yeah if they continue to play lousy then it will be worse but right now they aren't in last place and there is a hell of a lot of baseball to be played. Last year the Mets were in first almost all season and missed out on the playoffs. So don't worry about the Yanks or the payroll, they will be fine. As far as Joba, I don't know. Personally I want him to be kept in longer but I am no pitching coach, its just my opinion. But I did like what I saw from Giese. The young players aren't a wash and they are getting seasoned. I am not worried. I do wish A-Rod would have run hard out of the box when he was watching what he thought was a homer turn into a double and a throw out going for three. Its coming together and we will see how Boston and TB fare for the remainder of the season. Anything can happen and thats why I love the game.
The rays are going to be out of it by july, they don't have what it takes to be a winning team over a season of 162 games. The red sox will however contend all year, so will the yankees and blue jays.

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