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So what do you think ? I think this is going to be a great series. Both teams have power, solid pitching . What do you think will be the deciding factors ? I am thinking the bullpens. Mariano is gold, set up men have been dicey. I honestly dont follow the Phils a great deal but know they had some closer issues. What says the the huddle ? How do you see this series playing out ?

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If the Yankees bats don't wake up they're gonna lose. If they do, they're gonna win.

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If Cole Hamels is dominant, the Phillies have a great chance.

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Before the post season started I said the Yankees were going to win. After seeing the playoffs so far, I am going to say the Phillies repeat. Their starting pitching has been off the hook and their bats just as good. I say Philly in 6

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:wacko: Lets get ready to rumble boys.....

 

Wont be surprised if this series went 7......Both teams have powerhouse offenses that can explode at any giving moment......But I gotta go with the Phils...Not just b/c im a fan but I think this team has the "IT" factor and they know how to win...Im gonna enjoy every moment I can with this team...LETS GO PHILS!

 

Heres to hoping the Phils win back to back championships :D

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But I gotta go with the Phils...Not just b/c im a fan but I think this team has the "IT" factor

 

:D RIght, you thinking the Phils have the "IT" factor has nothing to do with you being a fan. :wacko:

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Yankees in six.

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Yankees in six.

Yeah, that's what ESPN is saying, so it has to be false.

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Rooting for the Phillies but I think this year the WS has the Yankees name on it.

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I think if the Yankee bats wake up it will be over quickly.

 

Matsui, Tex and Posada have to start hitting.

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I think if the Yankee bats wake up it will be over quickly.

 

Matsui, Tex and Posada have to start hitting.

 

As do Rollins, Utley and Ibanez for the Phils. Outside a hugh hit here and there, none of these guys had a consistent NLCS.

 

If Lee can split his starts with Sabathia, and turn this into a 5-game series, I think he Phils have a great shot.

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As do Rollins, Utley and Ibanez for the Phils. Outside a hugh hit here and there, none of these guys had a consistent NLCS.

 

If Lee can split his starts with Sabathia, and turn this into a 5-game series, I think he Phils have a great shot.

To me the keys are Hamels and Arod. If Hamels pitches like he did last year in the WS the Yanks could be in trouble and Arod needs to continue hitting and not go 2-20. It will be an exciting Series possibly the best we had in a while.

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Phillies version of "New York" that Jay-Z is gonna perform tonight before the game....

 

 

Edited by Do Work Son

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Go Yankees Go :wacko::D

 

Go Yankees Go :D:D

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Fixed

 

Fluck the Phils :wacko:

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Utley is the man! So far he's hit 2 HR's against Sabathia tonight. Cliff Lee is dominating!

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As a Cleveland fan this game makes me kinda sick watching Lee vs CC.

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Cliff Lee has looked great! Did you guys see the way he caught that pop up last inning? So carefree as if he didn't even care if he caught it or dropped it. :wacko:

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Cliff Lee has looked great! Did you guys see the way he caught that pop up last inning? So carefree as if he didn't even care if he caught it or dropped it. :wacko:

 

How about that ground ball behind the back? Is there anything he cant do at this point?

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