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October 24, 2022


and, I know we all feel the same way...



Oct 24, 2022

I must admit I wanted the Yankees to lose last night just to force ownership's hand. Will it make a difference? Probably not. I too am a lifer Yankee born in the Bronx, ten blocks from the Stadium at Jerome Ave. and 170th street. I am disgusted at this point and the only way back out of the wilderness is a complete overhaul. We need a new front office and a new field manager, both with fresh ideas. Gabe Paul saved the franchise once before with his wisdom and judgment. Maybe we can find someone like that again and give them carte blanche. It's all up to Hal at this point.


Oct 24, 2022

I am similarly a lifelong fan, but a small part of me recognized that getting eliminated was the only way we'd even consider fixing what's wrong. Gotta hit rock bottom before you can recover.


Oct 24, 2022

I'm a lifelong Yankee fan, born and raised in Brooklyn, now living in Pennsylvania. I was actually rooting for the Astros, last night, just to end the torment, and knowing, that if the Yanks did manage to win the game, no way could they take the next three. I just didn't want it to go on any longer.

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