October 18, 2010 by staff
Freddy Sez, Championship series was over after the Yankees won on Friday. And if you read the newspapers, was not the only one who felt that way. However, on Sunday, there’s all this hysteria in the media about how the Yankees are doomed. Puh-lease. It’s amazing how fast the pendulum is about “Yankees will sweep” to “OMG the Yankees have to deal with Cliff Lee for the second time in this series now.” Spare me.
First, I think I lost a match after losing the best of seven series four out of gear automatically mean that a set of 7 to happen. Someone should have told me that!
Second, while Cliff Lee threw majestically against the Yankees in Game 1 of World Series, I’m the only person who remembers what happened in Game 5? The Yankees called him about five races and nearly won the match, despite the fact that AJ Burnett spit the bit. And in 2010, while Lee threw a great game against the Yankees in September, and a very good game in June, also allowed four runs and eight hits in 6.1 innings in a game in August.
Third, as my friend William Facebook, he says, the Yankees have beaten many great pitchers in the postseason. Why would not be able to defeat Lee? But even if he does pitch well, the Yankees could still face the Rangers’ bullpen and reach them.
Fourth, Andy Pettitte is not far behind in the postseason.
Anyway, I have faith that the Yankees will beat Cliff Lee. But even if they do, that does not mean that the series is over, even if AJ Burnett is pitching the fourth game!
I was saddened to hear the news about the death of Freddy Sez is. Freddy the fan, which squawker Jon saw in his neighborhood a few times, had so much energy, enthusiasm and gratitude. I met him several times, and began to hit the famous frying pan with spoon. The Stadium will sound different without Fred around. I would like to see the Yankees have a special patch on their uniforms in a frying pan!
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