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Wednesday, October 13, 2004 


There are 4 things the Yankees can take away from last nights win. First, Schilling is hurt more than anyone let on to believe. Second, the Yankees can still get timely hitting from top to bottom of the lineup (the Lofton home run was huge). Third, it's gotta be tough on the Sox that they couldn't come back on a very exhausted Rivera. And fourth, the Yankees won the game, which hurts the Sox even more.

I don't know if I so much agree with Pedro starting tonight. It's gonna be a rough atmosphere, although he is a big game pitcher. I just don't know what else he has left. Then again, he could turn it all around. Who knows. That's why they play the games.

I'll take my man Pedro in Yankee town. I know there are a lot of nasty numbers that people can throw up to show that he is in decline, but I'll never give up on the best pitcher of my team and my generation. Personally, I think he is struggling a little bit to define his identity as an older pitcher, but that the Anaheim start showed he is still an ace in his heart and in his arm.

Go Sox.

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