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  Ball point pen on today's newsprint Derek Jeter becomes the first New York Yankee to tally 3,000 hits. Ball point pen on today's newsprint And in true Jeter fashion, he did it with a home run, went 5 for 5 on the day and had the game winning hit. Ball point pen on today's newsprint And in true Jeter fashion, he did it with a home run, went 5 for 5 on the day and had the game winning hit.And in true Jeter fashion, he did it with a home run, went 5 for 5 on the day and had the game winning hit. ...

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Ball point pen on today's newsprint The evening started with a clear sky, a full moon and CC putting himself in a hole by giving up a 2 run homer in the first. But, 2 run homers from Granderson and Martin, a solo shot from Cano, a little rain, some lightning, a little snow, the game winning RBI by Eric Chavez and Mariano in the ninth, made for a beautiful evening at Yankee Stadium. Thanks Dan for the Tickets and John and Maisie for joining Donna and I. Too bad about the Knicks. Ouch! ...

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Little darling, it's been a long cold lonely winter Little darling, it feels like years since it's been here Here comes the sun, here comes the sun Ball point pen on today's newsprint Little darling, I feel that ice is slowly melting Little darling, it seems like years since it's been clear Here comes the sun, here comes the sun, and I say it's all right It's all right by George Harrison from The Beatles 1969 album Abbey Road Today is opening day at Yankee Stadium. We won't see much "sun" and whether things are "all right" in the Bronx will depend on pitching. With all the stars in the line up, I'm keeping my eye on AJ. ...

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Ball point pen on todays newsprint At 38 years old the veteran left hander was the model of efficiency last night. He threw 88 pitches, giving up 5 hits and 2 earned runs. He walked 1 and struck out 4 in his 7 innings of work. While it wasn't a no hitter, it was good enough to give the Yankees a 2-0 lead in the division series with Minnesota. Have a nice Weekend. Enjoy the post season baseball! Go check out todays Bronx Banter ...

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Taken from my comfy seat behind home plate I was glad that Yankee manager, Joe Girardi came to the realization that the Yanks need to clinch the regular season before deciding to rest players and line up his post season rotation. After dropping four in a row and falling out of first place, the manager reversed coarse, starting Phil Hughes... and, if there were any remaining doubt that Girardi wanted to win last night, he brought in Mariano in the eighth inning. Hughes deserved a better fate, pitching six plus innings, giving up only one run but exiting down 1-0 as the Yankee bats remained in deep hibernation. Ball point pen on todays newsprint It wasn't until the seventh inning that the Yanks got off the snide when A-Rod parked a Dice-K pitch into the Yankee ball pen with Teixeira on first to take the lead 2-1. Even though Mo blew the save as a light mist began to fall, Robinson Cano ...

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