Categories Uncategorized Congratulations Yankees: 2009 AL East Champs Post author By YF Post date September 27, 2009 14 Comments on Congratulations Yankees: 2009 AL East Champs Onward and upward. ← Feeling Clinchy? Sox-Yanks Gamer → Hurts Us More Than it Hurts Them 14 replies on “Congratulations Yankees: 2009 AL East Champs” Weird looking picture, any big versions of this ? =) Once again…congrats! Yes, congrats, totally deserved. A great regular season. Best team in baseball for a long while. Hopefully this season is still to be ruined. “…Yes, congrats, totally deserved. A great regular season. Best team in baseball for a long while….” thanks “…Hopefully this season is still to be ruined….” no thanks ;) Feels good to be a Yankee fan,oh yeah! And is it me or Mo is looking a bit like Antonio Banderas on that picture? ;) Step 1: Win AL East Check Step 2: Win ALDS … That picture looks like Gary Sheffield with an extremely large jaw. Weird. And, oh, and congrats to the Yankees for being the best regular season team in MLB. (With emphasis on regular season) Congrats to YF’s. I really hope that this year is your year. Congrats to YF’s. I really hope that this year is your year. Uh, why? that wasn’t brad…it was an imposter, or a thinly veiled attempt at a jinx… Let me add my congratulations to YFs. It’s great to get to the top after missing the playoffs the year before. On a related note, I am now the world’s biggest Justin Verlander fan. No, it was me. I promise. I do hope that NY goes very far. If they’re eliminated, it’s only going to serve as the launching pad to do this winter what they did last winter, at which time, they may be the best team to ever take the field. Imagine if they go spend the same amount of money this December? Imagine if they added the top three of four FA this year too? No thanks. I’d rather they win, then rest on their laurels this year while Boston has a legitimate shot a maybe signing a player or two. I mean, in a perfect world, CC turns it around in the playoffs, Tex and ARod continue to rake, Burnett steps up and puts up solid playoff numbers, and they’re eliminated in the last game of the ALCS (by the Angels, I think), and they’re happy going into the winter, and don’t feel the need to repeat last December. Edit that: In a perfect world, Jason Varitek wouldn’t be a member of the Red Sox. Comments are closed.