YANKEES LOOK TO SALVAGE SERIES IN RUBBER GAME

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Tonight the Yankees look to bring their wins and losses closer together in the rubber game of a three game set with the Iron Birds in Aberdeen, Maryland tonight as they travel home tomorrow. Highly touted Yankee prospect Shaeffer Hall will get the ball for the Yankees and Aberdeen is yet to announce their starter for tonight. Hopefully the Yankees can use the win from last night as motivation to win this rubber game and make that trip from Aberdeen to Staten Island just a little bit easier as they get ready to open up their 2009 season at home tomorrow night. The Yankees are currently in last place in the McNamara division but there is still a lot of baseball to be played in this young New York-Penn League season. The Yankees are only two games behind first place Brooklyn and we all know history repeats itself and if that’s the case the Cyclones won’t be in first place for very long.

Here is Tonight’s Pitching Matchup:

 

Shaeffer Hall (0-0) vs. Colin Allen (0-0)

Shaeffer Hall (0-0) vs. Colin Allen (0-0)

 

Player to Watch: 

 

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New York-Penn League McNamara
Brooklyn  .750  –  3-0  0-1  3-1  W1 
Aberdeen  .500  1.0  1-1  1-1  2-2  L1 
Hudson Valley  .500  1.0  2-1  0-1  2-2  L1 
Staten Island  .250  2.0  0-0  1-3  1-3  W1 

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2 responses to “YANKEES LOOK TO SALVAGE SERIES IN RUBBER GAME

  1. Go get em Shaeffer! Is he really a touted prospect? I honestly know nothing about him, except that his name sounds like a university.

    • To my knowledge he is pretty good and he was drafted pretty high by the Yankees so let’s see what he’s got.

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