Train Kept A Rollin'

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Yankees 10 10 1
Blue Jays 5 6 1

WP: Aceves (10-1)
LP: Romero (11-7)

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Hip, hip, JORGE! For the second time in 3 nights, the catcher is the winner of the championship belt. Going 4-5 with 4 RBI's will do that for a player. In the past month, Posada has raised his batting average by 10 points.

PLAY OF THE GAME: A-Rod's home run in the 9th inning. The left fielder didn't even have a chance to move. You could have hung laundry on that drive.

TURNING POINT OF THE GAME: The 3-run single/error by Hideki Matsui in the first inning.


  • Aceves picked up his 10th win despite working primarily out of the bullpen.
  • Magic Number= 22
  • The Yankees have outscored their opponents 47-14 during their 6 game win streak.
  • Posada's home run gave him 20 on the season, giving the Yankees 7 players on the team with 20 home runs, which is the most in the major leagues.
Yankees at Blue Jays
Chamberlain vs. Halladay



Post a Comment

Legal Disclaimer

The owners, operators, and writers of the Michael Kay's Successors blog are in no way sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with the New York Yankees or the aforementioned Michael Kay. Because if they were, we'd be on World Series championship #39 by now.

Also, anything written about broadcaster/on-air personalities is all in good fun and meant to be taken as a joke.

  © Blogger template The Professional Template II by 2009

Back to TOP