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Quick Hit: Yankees 4, Mets 2

Beat the Mets,

Beat the Mets.

Come to the park and beat the Mets...

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Have the Yankees turned the corner?

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
23 ago 2022

Because they won two in a row for the first time since July 30? I'm just hoping they are on the corner again, let alone turning it.

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fuster
23 ago 2022
Risposta a

think the corner-turning speculation is a function of the schedule.


they had a rough 13-game stretch in June and zoomed through it in great shape.


and now they had a rough 7-game stretch and did not do well, but still exited it with not only a sizable division lead, but also on an apparent upswing and on the cusp of having a few good players return to action.

Mi piace

fuster
23 ago 2022

turned the corner?


too soon to tell

but they're soon headed to the West Coast and 7 games against two bad teams

Mi piace
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