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  • Writer's picturePhilip Cashier

Game #155: Yanks (95-59) vs BJs (87-68)

It's the resting lineup for the Yanks

Judge gets half a rest

Peraza bats cleanup!

 

YANKS


Judge (DH) -- .314 (208)

Cabrera (2B) -- .242 (103)

Donaldson (3B) -- .223 (98)

Peraza (SS) -- .296 (142)

Bader (CF) -- .227 (58)

Gonzalez (1B) -- .186 (68)

Higashioka (C) -- .214 (71)

Locastro (RF) -- .154 (48)

Hicks (LF) -- .218 (90)

Cole (P) -- 12-7, 3.49

 

BJs


Springer (DH) -- .263

Bichette (SS) -- .284

Guerrero (1B) -- .276

Hernandez (RF) -- .259

Chapman (3B) -- .233

Tapia (LF) -- .263

Jansen (C) -- .253

Merrifield (2B) -- .227

Bradley (CF) -- .177

White (P) -- 1-6, 5.12

 

Game on YES, MLBN, and free on mlb.tv

61 comments

61 Comments


Philip Cashier
Philip Cashier
Sep 29, 2022

Chat at y'all Friday night.

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Sep 29, 2022

Oh, my goodness. Is Chapman actually back?

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fuster
Sep 29, 2022
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the problem that I noticed was that when his form wasn't fully in sync, his confidence would deflate, leaving him unable to right himself.


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yankeerudy
Sep 29, 2022

Is there a reason Rizzo is managing today? Or had they just decided weeks ago that Booney would have today off?

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Sep 29, 2022
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My response was actually to YankeeRudy, not to YankeesBlog! Yes, I got the latter's joke, but my serious answer was to the former.

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Sep 29, 2022

Gotta love Cimber. Throws the ball away and then goes ostrich and fails to cover the plate. It's like Aaron Hicks taught him how to field.

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Sep 29, 2022

OK, serious question. Do you let Judge hit or bat for him? Does it matter if the game is on the line or not (even if the game is meaningless to the Yankees, it's not to the Jays, so they should be competitive)?

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fuster
Sep 29, 2022
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discretion


better


than parting


with your chiclets

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