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National Halladay: Jays-Yanks Gamer

Chien-Ming Wang draws the formidable task of trying to keep Toronto down, or at least keep it close while the Yankees hope to figure out Roy Halladay.

Lineups follow, comment away.

Toronto
M. Scutaro ss .282
A. Hill 2b .299
A. Lind dh .310
S. Rolen 3b .332
L. Overbay 1b .264
V. Wells cf .252
A. Rios rf .260
D. Dellucci lf .262
R. Barajas c .267
R. Halladay 2.56
 
NY Yankees
D. Jeter ss .310
J. Damon lf .287
M. Teixeira 1b .275
A. Rodriguez 3b .237
R. Cano 2b .306
J. Posada c .267
H. Matsui dh .255
M. Cabrera rf .282
B. Gardner cf .286
C. Wang 10.06

11 replies on “National Halladay: Jays-Yanks Gamer”

Anybody notice that Halladay has had no better a game than Tim Wakefield did last night.
It happens to the best of them…….

A hit here from Cano wouldn’t forgive all, but it sure would forgive a lot.

Happy day all around – on the waterfront on a beautiful day, Yanks win an exciting one, and pull within one of the division lead. Their bullpen is so improved over early in the season, their starting pitching is not always great but is improving steadily and is at least keeping them in every game or handing off leads, and there is really no one in the lineup who makes me roll my eyes when they come up in big spots (though Cano’s 3-0 bunt just now was truly head-scratch-inducing). They’ve got some rough travel ahead (all of their west coast trips lie ahead as compared to Boston, who I believe has completed all their coastal swings), but the team is playing well. Hope Joba can give at least 6 good ones tomorrow and keep this going. Happy 4th to all…

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