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The weekend series with the Boston Red Sox was big, but it wasn’t going to end the New York Yankees season if they did not win it.
The Yankees getting swept, by the soon to be AL East champions, is bad, but the fact that the other teams in the Wild Card race have also been losing, with the exception of the Cleveland Indians, the Yankees still seem to be very much in the race for one of the now two very winnable spots.
There is a big but here, and that but is the fact that the Yankees have given up.
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I bet he purposely pissed on the floor too
The Yankees will come out swinging tonight.After three missed punches and a pulled ligament.Still standing but the room is pretty empty.Is there even a reason to keep punching?Better to enjoy a drink.
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