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Have the early playoff exits of the Yankees and Rays surprised you?
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answered:    October 10, 2011
The early exit of the Yankees did surprise me a bit. However, once again the vaunted A-Rod made the last out. In this year of the incredible collapse, no surprise should be a great one.
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October 11, 2011
A-Rod sure has pulled a George Foster (he went from being super potent in 2009 to a "creaky gate" of a hitter in just one season). Gerardi needs to stop pandering to egos. He should have hit Eric Chavez or Edmundo Nunez for A-Rod in some of those situations. Maybe A-Rod can work out with Jeter over the winter and get back some semblance of what he once had.
 
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answered:    October 23, 2011
From a Yankees fan: Not really. It's very odd these days, but the Steinbrenner junta still hasn't figured out that you can't build a baseball team strictly on the long ball. It's the pitching, stupid! The Yankees don't have any not named CC Sabathia or Mariano Rivera. Honestly, I'm surprised they even won the division. Thank god the Red Sox choked!
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answered:    October 07, 2011
Not really. I have not been following the AL teams very closely, being more of a National League fan. The Brewers have been strong all season and just might surprise.
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answered:    October 13, 2011
Yes, those were the days of Harmon Killebrew, Bob Allison, Tony Oliva, Mudcat Grant and Jim Kaat.
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