Posted October 05, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Joe Girardi says the only thing set for the New York Yankees thus far in the postseason is starting CC Sabathia in Game 1 of the division series. Girardi said before New York worked out Friday night at an eerily quiet Yankee Stadium that there were too many unknowns until the Yankees learned their opponent for Sunday. The Yankees will play on the road the first two games but Mark Teixeira says the unusual format is not a worry. He notes to win a championship they will have to win games on the road. Ichiro Suzuki is excited that for the first time in more than a decade he will not be watching the playoffs on TV.
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