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  1. #601
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    Yankees gonna make this a series afterall.
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    Judge is the real deal, tbh.
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    The face Altuve just made sliding into home will be memed forever.

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    Hinch has managed the Yankees right back into this game.

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    Another classic Houston choke in the making. Looking like a Yankees/Cubs World Series (since the Dodgers are bound to choke as well).

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    Dat bat flip doe, Bautista would be proud
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    Another classic Houston choke in the making. Looking like a Yankees/Cubs World Series (since the Dodgers are bound to choke as well).
    Absolute collapse. Expecting a similar choke from my guys, too.

    Japanese pitcher already got us in a one run hole.
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    Good start. Counting on CN's asian pitcher theory to come thru for us, tbh.

  10. #610
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    Well that didn't last long

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    Can't keep anyone named Taylor inside the park.

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    Another classic Houston choke in the making. Looking like a Yankees/Cubs World Series (since the Dodgers are bound to choke as well).
    At least one meltdown in every series they've ever played in starting with the 1980 NLCS, even the series they've won (Game 5 of the 2005 NLCS).

    Yankees are legit, though. A real threat to win the whole thing.

  13. #613
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    Game over. Series over, tbh.

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    Game over. Series over, tbh.
    I believe it when I see it.

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    Could be the season the Japanese pitcher theory fails. Tanaka has looked dominant and Darvish was terrific in two starts and drew a 4 pitch walk to plate one

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    Have the Dodgers lost a playoff game so far?
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    Have the Dodgers lost a playoff game so far?
    Nope

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    Meh. Darvish got enough run support from this lineup that the pressure/headcase factor isn't coming into play.

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    I believe it when I see it.
    How about now?

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    1-2 comeback - achieved

    1-3 comeback - achieved

    0-3 comeback - pending...

    But seriously, GG and GL in the World Series. Any preference between Yanks or Astros?

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    Doyers are just hitting on all cylinders right now (or they're just so far above the rest of the NL and prolly AL it just doesn't matter). Would be a classic move for them to choke a 3-0 lead though.

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    1-2 comeback - achieved

    1-3 comeback - achieved

    0-3 comeback - pending...

    But seriously, GG and GL in the World Series. Any preference between Yanks or Astros?
    Yankees. I don't how they're doing it, but eventually their strikeout and curveball problem is going to catch up with them. I also think Severino and Tanaka will crack under the pressure.

  23. #623
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    Doyers are just hitting on all cylinders right now (or they're just so far above the rest of the NL and prolly AL it just doesn't matter). Would be a classic move for them to choke a 3-0 lead though.
    Darvish finally didn't choke for once.

  24. #624
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    Yankees. I don't how they're doing it, but eventually their strikeout and curveball problem is going to catch up with them.
    I thought it had caught up to them after game 1 vs Tribe and again after games 1 & 2 vs Astros, but they keep bouncing back. Kinda reminiscent of 2016 Cubbies bouncing back after getting shutout twice by LA and Tribe each. Yanks are definitely the real deal.

    But then again, it's not like Astros would be any easier. Should be a good, competitive series regardless of who they face.
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    Astros still in choke mode. Their batters all look timid and shook at the plate.

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    Astros still in choke mode. Their batters all look timid and shook at the plate.
    The Astros are playing how I thought the Yankees would, coming out of their shoes trying to blast everything. Springer and Reddick have just been awful. Yankees are going with pitches and putting the ball play.

  27. #627
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    The Astros are playing how I thought the Yankees would, coming out of their shoes trying to blast everything. Springer and Reddick have just been awful. Yankees are going with pitches and putting the ball play.
    I'll preface this by giving the Yankees credit for being a legit, really good club. But so much of sports is mental and I think the Yankees have had the mental edge in both series so far. Unlike the Indians and Astros they aren't expected to win and don't have to win- just making the playoffs was considered a big accomplishment for them. So they can play free and easy because they aren't under that pressure. They were obviously a lot looser and more relaxed than the Indians were and I think the same can be said for this series as well.

  28. #628
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    I'll preface this by giving the Yankees credit for being a legit, really good club. But so much of sports is mental and I think the Yankees have had the mental edge in both series so far. Unlike the Indians and Astros they aren't expected to win and don't have to win- just making the playoffs was considered a big accomplishment for them. So they can play free and easy because they aren't under that pressure. They were obviously a lot looser and more relaxed than the Indians were and I think the same can be said for this series as well.
    Definitely. That's why playoff baseball is unpredictable, since the mental pressure is so straining and you can't simply "athlete" your way to success by playing harder, faster, etc. Astros were doing the latter, as were the Indians after game 2.

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