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No one on either team has any connection to the teams' last postseason meeting, except for the fans
No one on either team has any connection to the worst collapse or greatest comeback, depending on how you look at it, in postseason history. No one but the fans.
Andrew Rotondi of Bronx Pinstripes joined me to talk about the Yankees’ wild-card win over the A’s, Aaron Boone’s clean slate after advancing to the ALDS and a look ahead to the Red Sox.
After the 2004 ALCS, I can't handle another postseason loss to the Red Sox
For the last 14 years, I have prayed that the Yankees would never play the Red Sox in the postseason. If the Yankees win, they’re the Yankees and they should win, and if they lose, it’s the end of the world.
The Yankees provided a stress-free night at the Stadium in the one-game playoff
If I knew the AL Wild-Card Game was going to be that easy to win, I could have saved a lot of time and energy over the six-plus months complaining about the Aaron Boone Yankees.
There has to be more Yankees baseball after tonight's wild-card game
The Yankees’ season could end tonight with a loss to the A’s in the wild-card game. But in a season that at times showed some much promise, this can’t be the end. There has to be more.
The Yankees are in the wild-card game again and this one will be even more nerve-racking than the past
The Yankees are back in the AL Wild-Card Game. It’s not a place I thought they would be after the way last season ended and this season started. But it’s where they are for the third time in four seasons.
Whether the Yankees pick Luis Severino, Masahiro Tanaka or J.A. Happ to start the wild-card game, it has to lead to a win
The Yankees have three good options to start the wild-card game, but no really great options. There’s no consensus pick on who should start against the A’s and that’s a problem.
The Yankees haven't clinched the first wild card, but they keep managing and playing like they have
The Yankees gave away another game on Wednesday in Tampa Bay with poor management and poor play and the possibility of the wild-card not being at Yankee Stadium is now very real.
The AL Wild-Card Game is getting closer and closer to being played in Oakland
The Yankees’ lead for the first wild-card spot is down to 2 and with the A’s having an easy remaining schedule, it’s looking more and more like that the AL Wild-Card Game will be in Oakland.
The Yankees should have two general managers the way some football teams have two kickers. One GM could do the free-agent signings and Brian Cashman could do the trades.