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DETROIT -- Alex Rodriguez
and Curtis Granderson were still out of New York's starting lineup for
Game 4 of the AL championship series on Thursday, a day after the game
was postponed by rain.
The slumping Yankees trailed 3-0
in the AL championship series against Detroit. Manager Joe Girardi has
juggled his lineup throughout the postseason, trying to find the right.
New York kept their lineup the
same as it would have been Wednesday -- with Rodriguez on the bench for
the third time in nine postseason games. A-Rod is 3-for-23 with no RBIs
in these playoffs.
Granderson joined him on the bench after another hitless night in Game 3
dropped the center fielder to 3-for-29 with 15 strikeouts. Granderson hit 43 homers with 106 RBIs
Nick Swisher, who was benched in
Game 3, returned to the lineup in right field. Eric Chavez started at
third base in place of Rodriguez. Brett Gardner started in Granderson's
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Alex Rodriguez and Curtis Granderson are still out of New York's starting lineup for Game 4 of the AL championship series, a day after the game was postponed by rain.
The Yankees kept their lineup the same as it would have been Wednesday - with Rodriguez on the bench for the third time in nine postseason games. A-Rod is 3 for 23 in these playoffs.
Granderson joins him on the...
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