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Angels score 7 in fifth, rally again against Yanks

There are 33 comments on the Newsday story from Jul 11, 2009, titled Angels score 7 in fifth, rally again against Yanks. In it, Newsday reports that:

Mike Napoli hit a go-ahead two-run double off Andy Pettitte during a seven-run fifth inning and added a solo homer in the seventh, leading the Los Angeles Angels to their second straight comeback victory over the New York Yankees , 14-8 on Saturday.

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Scott Brunner

Wilmington, DE

#1 Jul 11, 2009
Thank you Halos for almost all the time making Bankee fans miserable.
kat

Yaphank, NY

#2 Jul 11, 2009
i love the yankees
Sheila McCabe

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Jul 11, 2009
Really? Were they 90 degree angles or what?
biff

Brooklyn, NY

#4 Jul 11, 2009
Fear the monkey. For until you do, the Yankees will be to the Angels what you would be to Bubba, your 300 lb prison cellmate. Starts with a B and ends with a C.

“Countdown to A-Roid choking”

Since: Jul 09

White Plains, NY

#6 Jul 11, 2009
Countdown to another A-Fraud October disappearance.
570 homers for the cheater who passed another Chemically enhanced cheater Rafael Palmiero. The all-time HR list once regarded highly is now meaningless.
LetsGoMets

San Pedro, CA

#7 Jul 11, 2009
Just another Halo drubbing of the Skanks!
El Guapo

Pine Bush, NY

#8 Jul 11, 2009
Can you believe Newsday hires these greeengoes that cannot spell "Angels"?--they spelt it "Angels" in the main headline. They went skool for this? Pinche marty cohens!!
MELK DUD

Highland, NY

#9 Jul 11, 2009
If only Andy had some more HGH !!
Frank

Hayward, CA

#10 Jul 11, 2009
26 WS Titles...nuff said boyz! G'nite...
yankeesbeisbol

Brooklyn, NY

#11 Jul 11, 2009
Frank wrote:
26 WS Titles...nuff said boyz! G'nite...
hahaha..none this century
Duh

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Jul 11, 2009
biff wrote:
Fear the monkey. For until you do, the Yankees will be to the Angels what you would be to Bubba, your 300 lb prison cellmate. Starts with a B and ends with a C.
Spell much?
Newsday Typo

Brooklyn, NY

#13 Jul 11, 2009
Ummmm...Shouldn't someone correct the spelling of "Angels" on the headline on the main page of the web site?
Jim

North Grafton, MA

#14 Jul 11, 2009
We can only hope that Dandy Andy won't go 2-7 the 2nd half of this season, the pitching staff needs the break. Can't win out in Lala land to save their lives, pitiful out there.
ISLES

Tenafly, NJ

#15 Jul 11, 2009
LOL
Dave

Lawrence, NY

#16 Jul 11, 2009
Girardi is bothered by everything. From criticism to how long it took the dopey Mets maintenance crew to fix the mound to CC liking.
I can see how his attitude can wear on the vets during the long season. He walks around with that face like he has everlastings jock itch.
Jim

AOL

#17 Jul 11, 2009
Jim wrote:
We can only hope that Dandy Andy won't go 2-7 the 2nd half of this season, the pitching staff needs the break. Can't win out in Lala land to save their lives, pitiful out there.
I think the Yanks will be shopping for a starter before the trade deadline. They can't continue to be in the position they're in while running Joba and Andy out there every 5th day. Neither have been dependable or given them innings! For Joba, he still has some learning to do and probably belongs in the BP. For Andy, he may be at the end!
spotter

York, PA

#18 Jul 12, 2009
New York City baseball
(Yankees AND Mets)
is a ripoff even larger than contrived professional wrestling.

Buy your seats.... pay your parking....
drink the beer and eat the weenies....
pay off the new stadiums and the old players...

and make sure the Steinbrenners and the Wilpons live like kings for screwing you.....
over and over and over again.
John From Windham Maine

Center Ossipee, NH

#19 Jul 12, 2009
Jim wrote:
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I think the Yanks will be shopping for a starter before the trade deadline. They can't continue to be in the position they're in while running Joba and Andy out there every 5th day. Neither have been dependable or given them innings! For Joba, he still has some learning to do and probably belongs in the BP. For Andy, he may be at the end!
I totally agree Jim. As it stands now, we only have two reliable starting pitchers in CC and AJ. Wang is hurt and Petite has looked awful in the last two games. Joba, well his performance speaks for itself.
DirtyWater

Australia

#21 Jul 12, 2009
biff wrote:
Fear the monkey. For until you do, the Yankees will be to the Angels what you would be to Bubba, your 300 lb prison cellmate. Starts with a B and ends with a C.
I love that Rally Monkey ****! Everytime thay did it in last years ALDS the Red Sox would go up by 4 runs.
JOHN

Bronx, NY

#22 Jul 12, 2009
Couldn't happen to a better team. And fans....

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