Saturday, April 25, 2009

Yankee Panky

Random Sox-Yankee thoughts.....

The Yankees have allowed a total of 38 runs in the past two Saturday's.
A 2 run lead in a Sox-Yankee game, no matter what inning, is still a virtual tie. (Make that a 6 run lead.) A 5 run lead in the 9th should be called a save situation.

When Papi was at bat with the bases loaded, I'm sure I saw him wearing a red Youk shirt under his white uni. I know I saw Y-O-U- when I scrambled to see if there was a number, but he turned away before I could confirm it. Did anyone else notice that? Is that his version of Giambi's lucky thong?

Mike Lowell sure has been silencing his critics: .328 BA, .625 SLG, and 22 RBI's. Despite his .229 BA, Tek has a .542 SLG, and only 8 RBI's, but that's only because he has Lowell cleaning up in front of him. Lowell's 22 RBI's puts him in 1st place in the AL so far this season.

In the top of the 9th, Jeter hit a foul ball, to which a fan responded loud enough to be picked up by TV, "That would have been a home run in your stadium."

This is the first time since 1968 the Yankees have blown a 6 run lead to the Sox that late in the game.

Kansas City and Seattle are in 1st place in their divisions. (Huh?! Yes, it's true.)

Is Hank still around? Who got him to shut his trap? Bloggers everywhere must be chomping at the bit waiting for his next nugget, just as comedians are missing Bush.

Thanks to ESPN for the post title.


AAA Lugo Looks Like Major League Lugo

Julio Lugo went 2-6 with a K and an error today for the PawSox. He is now hitting .167 with no RBI's. He was pulled out of the game in the 10 for a defensive substitution, you hear that Tito? Lugo is set to join the Red Sox on Monday in Cleveland.


Red Sox Continue to Own the Yankees

It took just 4 hours and 21 minutes for the dust to settle and for the Red Sox to emerge with a 16-11 victory. The ace Josh Beckett was on the mound but he did not pitch well and quickly put the Sox in a6 run hole. Tek's grand slam in the bottom of the 4th made it a 1-run game and by the 5th Boston had a 2-run lead. Tito surprised everyone by bringing Beckett back out to pitch the 6th were he quickly gave up the lead. The game then see-sawed back and forth but the Sox took the lead for good with Mike Lowell's homer in the 6th.

The Red Sox pitching was not good at any point in the game but the big hits came when they were needed. The Yankees have to feel totally defeated after blowing a 6-run lead with A.J. Burnett cruising. If you were watching the game in the 3rd inning there is no way you would believe that Burnett would give up 8 earned runs in the game.

The game was not all fun; especially having to listen to McCarver and Buck. Ortiz continued to struggle at the plate, J.D. Drew looked lost in the batter's box, and Pedroia had an error that almost cost the Red Sox the game.

The Red Sox are on an amazing run right now having won 9 in a row. I fell lucky to have been to the first two games in this streak but I am putting the credit with the Chicken Man.

Red Sox win 16-11 BOX SCORE

Apr 25 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Yankees 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 1 0 11 15 1
Red Sox 0 0 0 5 3 1 3 4 0 16 13 1


Today's Red Sox Lineup 4/25 vs. the Yankees

Ellsbury, cf
Pedroia, 2b
Ortiz, dh
Youkilis, 1b
Drew, rf
Bay, lf
Lowell, 3b
Varitek, c
Green, ss

Beckett, sp


When is David Ortiz Going to be Big Papi?

With all of the late heroics last night it was easy to forget about how bad Ortiz was at the plate. Twice he came up in critical situations and twice he failed to deliver. Big Papi had 4 K's last night and is now hitting .215 with only 5 extra base hits and no home runs. He is not usually a slow starter so it is time to worry about his bat.

Yesterday David Ortiz joined twitter but his account was eerily quiet after the game.


More Covers For the Collection

This morning's Yankee covers, enjoy.


Web Gems! Where was Dustin?!

Anybody else watch the late edition of ESPN's Baseball Tonight? Mikey Lowell made the Web Gems, but where was Jason Bay and Dustin Pedroia? Bay made a great diving catch. After watching Pedroia make about a bazillion diving catches tonight, I was almost certain that the entire Web Gems would be nothing but Pedroia. Am I the only one who noticed this?


Friday, April 24, 2009

A Red Sox Fan & a Yankee Fan walk into a bar...

Can they watch the game without killing each other?

I've already written about my father being a Yankee fan. I've also written that the newest member of our band is a Yankee fan. Jimmy has been with us for about 5 months now. He's a great guitarist in another band that has three CD's out already, with a 4th due out this year (and I'm on it, but that's another post.) Besides being a great guitarist, we all just love havin' him around. We're all getting along great! The only thing wrong with him is that he's a Yankee fan. OK, so nobody's perfect.

I don't have any fancy or cable TV packages, so I wasn't sure where or even if I was going to watch tonight's Red Sox-Yankees game. Jimmy and I had discussed going over to Tom's place on Saturday since he has a huge wide screen digital HD TV screen, and it would be on neutral ground since Tom is a Giants fan. Saturday's plans fell through as Tom had to suddenly move. During the course of discussing Plan B, I decided to watch tonight's game at Jimmy's place since he has a wide screen TV and the MLB TV station.

Well, I'm glad to report that we're both alive and well. Fortunately, it was one of the best games that either of us had ever watched. I don't have to recap the details, but we both agreed that a 2 run lead in a Sox-Yankee game means absolutely nothing. Nothing! And so it was proven, yet again!

Jimmy took the loss as graciously as anyone could expect. Of course, he would have liked to see the game end differently, but y'know what? There's another Sox-Yanks game tomorrow, and the day after that, and 15 more after that. No tellin' what the final tally will be at season's end, but we both agreed that baseball is the greatest game ever!

Dave & Jimmy take a break.

And Jimmy, if you're reading this, I still love ya even if you're not perfect!


It Ain't Over 'Til the Beard of Truth Hits

In a typical Red Sox/Yankees marathon, the game went long and would not be decided until late in the night. Lester and Joba started the game but neither would factor in the final decision. Lowell, Bay and Pedroia all flashed some serious leather to keep the team in the game. The game was frustrating on so many levels; Ortiz earned a golden sombrero with 4 K's, J.D. Drew hit into 2 double plays in an 0-4 night with 8 LOB. The FAILHAT seemed to be at it again until the Yankee closer took the mound. In the bottom of the 9th Youk singled with one out and Jason Bay tied up the game with a two run homer over the Monster. The game stayed tied until the 11th when Youk hit a walk-off homer onto Lansdowne Street. The Beard of Truth has spoken.

Red Sox Win 5-4 BOX SCORE

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R H E
Yankees 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 13 1
Red Sox 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 5 14 0


Roster Moves

The Red Sox have activated Jonathan Van Every for tonight's game, he fills in the spot that opened up yesterday when Chris Carter was sent down.

The Yankees are down one player because Wang is not in Boston and has not been put on the DL.

Julio Lugo is set to join the team on Monday in Cleveland.


Mark Teixeira Pre-Game Press Conference - Video


Tonight's Red Sox Lineup 4/24 vs the Yankees

Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Dustin Pedroia, 2B
David Ortiz, DH
Kevin Youkilis, 1B
J.D. Drew, RF
Jason Bay, LF
Mike Lowell, 3B
Jason Varitek, C
Nick Green, SS

Jon Lester, SP


Red Sox-Yankees is Here

The rivalry that had died down over the last few years, mostly due to the Yankees general suckiness, has new life. The off-season signing of Mark Teixeira has put some new energy into the greatest rivalry in sports. Yankee fans think Joba is going to show that the Yankees are back on top and that Ortiz is done. This weekend they should prove them wrong.

Here are the pitching matchups for the weekend:

Beckett/Burnett- Saturday
Masterson/Pettitte- Sunday

Here are the various scouting reports on the matchup:

NY Daily News
Boston Globe
Fox Sports


Thursday, April 23, 2009

Oops, Looks Like Somebody Forgot to Hit the Delete Button.

The shadiness surrounding the site for the new Red Sox spring training facility took another turn after the FBI started looking into some emails this month:

The agency had made a request to the Lee County attorney's office March 4 for e-mails to or from several county employees: the county manager, the director of public works, and the director and deputy director of transportation.

The FBI request cites interest in the e-mails of: Don Stilwell, Lee County manager; Jim Lavender, public words director; and Scott Gilbertson and Don DeBerry, transportation director and deputy director, respectively.

County Attorney David Owen said the request was complied with 2 1/2 weeks after it was received. It took three discs.

"What would be the federal interest?" Commissioner Frank Mann wondered.

Key words cited by the FBI may hold a clue.

For instance, the agency wants to see Stilwell's e-mails that contain, among other words, "Samir." Samir Cabrera is his son-in-law, convicted in federal court recently of wire fraud in connection with local real estate deals.

Old Don Stiwell was thinking he was in the clear when he gave this interview yesterday:

What Don forgot about was the emails not related to the Red Sox site; seems he didn't think about all the porn in his inbox:

Racy e-mails received and forwarded by Lee County Manager Don Stilwell may be the straw that breaks the camel's back.

Commission Chairman Ray Judah said he had County Attorney David Owen and Deputy County Attorney Andrea Fraser view several racy videos and pictures that were included in thousands of emails received by the FBI.

Maybe the Red Sox should have moved to Sarasota after all.


When Joba Takes the Mound Tomorrow

When Joba Chamberlain takes the mound tomorrow, I would love to hear 37k Red Sox fans start to go BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!! If you're lucky enough to get in to the game, don't forget about the headhunter's implosion while pitching against the Indians when he succumbed to the attack of the Lake Erie Midges.

Alternate chant 1: Midge! Midge! Midge! Midge! Midge! Midge! Midge!

Alternate chant 2: DUI! DUI! DUI! DUI! DUI! DUI! DUI! DUI! DUI! DUI!

Joba, the Mug Shot

A friend's dog: Joba the Mutt (Really!)


Red Sox get Kason Gabbard from Rangers

The Red Sox have completed a trade for Texas Ranger's pitcher Kason Gabbard for cash considerations. He was with Boston before being sent to Texas in the Gagne trade in 2007.


Yankee Stadium Security Screws Up Again

From the crack squad that wouldn't let a man leave his seat to go to the bathroom during God Bless America and the same group that doesn't let fans go to the field level seats for BP, we now have this:

Apparently the guard did not like the location of the camera, which had been approved by the Yankees. So she ordered the cameraman to move his camera immediately, during the live broadcast of the game. When he would not comply, she sat right in front of the camera to block it from being used. The cameraman in question was working for COMCAST Bay Area, who produce the Oakland A's television broadcasts.

A video of the incident was on Youtube but the Yes Network (owned by the Yankees) asked for it to be removed. I guess paying 1.5 billion for a stadium doesn't guarantee you good help.


Yogi Berra Gets Ejected for Taking a Crap on the Field

What would you expect when you name a dog after a Yankee?

Master Yogi Berra, a bat and ball fetching dog for the team, was ejected after relieving himself on the field during the fourth inning of the Hoppers 9-6 loss to Asheville.

A spokesperson for the Grasshoppers says that Yogi was attempting his usual between inning promotion of fetching a ball shot to deep center field. While running back to homeplate, he stopped and relieved himself on the field. This prompted homeplate umpire Jason Hutchings to eject the dog.

Hat tip to Deadspin


Morning Viewing

Here's are some must see videos from Red Sox Nation:

Pedroia's new commercial: Sox and Dawgs

Luis Tiant discusses his new documentary: Fox Business

and this:


Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Chamberlain v. Youkilis

Anybody know the odds on Chamberlain throwing at Youkilis again? Personally, I wouldn't be surprised if Youk has a ripe maple bat ready for just this occasion.


7 in a Row with Sweep of Twinkies

Maybe it was the rain, or the green uniforms, or even the Chicken Man (the Sox have won 7 in a row since the voodoo was called on); whatever it was it brought more luck to the Red Sox. Brad Penny recovered somewhat from his last disastrous outing to get the W tonight. The Sox only had 5 hits in the game but they took advantage of baserunners and put 7 runs on the board. The bullpen was great once again; RR, Oki, and Paps didn't allow a baserunner. Boston has an off day tomorrow and enters a series with the Evil Empire on Friday.

Red Sox win 7-3 BOX SCORE



Tim Wakefield started the first game of today's twin bill, which is now in a rain delay in the bottom of the 7th inning. I cannot say enough about this man! Total class act both on and off the field for starters, but he certainly still has his best stuff on the mound! After flirting with a perfect game for 5 innings and a no-no for almost 8 last week at Oakland, he follows that with another gem today: 7 IP, 5 H's, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K's. This leaves him with an ERA of 2.45!

Hopfully this performance will quiet all the Wake naysayers once and for all.

Now for bright spots on offense: 6 of the 9 starters today have at least 2 hits, with Drew and Lowell each getting 3 apiece so far. 3 hits for Lowell? That means he's raised his BA about 150 points or so in the past week, to a nice .315! Papi's bat has come to life as well with two hits today. He's raised his average a good 50 points this week. Winter question marks answered!

Nick Green is swinging a hot bat with a 2B and a HR today, but I think he may be using Lugo's old glove, as he has 2 errors today, too.

The game is in a rain delay at the moment, with another game scheduled for later today. Both the Sox and the Twins have Thursday off. The Sox will stay at home for a series with the Yankees starting on Friday. The Twins will be heading off to CLE for a series starting on Friday. calls for showers and rain for the rest of the day in Boston, so it remains to be seen whether or not ball will resume today, or whether or not any games will be made up on Thursday.

UPDATE: The game was called after a 1:25 delay.



Not Good Earth Day PR

The Red Sox are wearing green today to promote Earth Day. Perhaps someone should have told their spokesperson at yesterday's hearing concerning their new spring training facility that the team is trying to be more green:

Q: Are the Red Sox concerned about harming the environment?

A: Goodenow: “We have heard the environmental concerns. We are a baseball team. We are not experts in conservation.”

...umm maybe they might say they are concerned?


Happy Birthday Tito

Red Sox manager Terry Francona turns 50 today.


Today's Red Sox Lineup 4/22 vs. the Twins

1. Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
2. Dustin Pedroia, 2B
3. David Ortiz, DH
4. Kevin Youkilis, 1B
5. J.D. Drew, RF
6. Jason Bay, LF
7. Mike Lowell, 3B
8. George Kottaras, C
9. Nick Green, SS

Tim Wakefield, SP

There is still time to join the Tim Wakefield 2000 strikeout contest.


Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Red Sox-Twins Rained Out

Tonight's game has been postponed and will be made up as part of a day/night doubleheader starting at 12.35 tomorrow.


Quote of the Week

Nick Swisher pitched 1 inning last week during the Yank's 15-5 blow-out loss to the Ray's last week. This is what former Red Sox outfielder Gabe Kapler had to say after Nick Swisher struck him out:

"I've always been lost when a reporter asks me what my most embarassing moment was because I never know what to say. Now I have my most embarassing moment."

Nick Swisher leads the Yankee pitchers in ERA: 0.00


Delay Likely, Rainout Possible

It's not looking good for tonight's game at the Fens.


Tonight's Red Sox Lineup 4/21 vs. the Twins

Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Dustin Pedroia, 2B
David Ortiz, DH
Kevin Youkilis, 1B
J.D. Drew, RF
Jason Bay, LF
Mike Lowell, 3B
George Kottaras, C
Nick Green, SS

Tim Wakefield, SP


Where Are They Now: Wily Mo Pena

Wily Mo Pena has signed a minor league with the N
Y Mets. The Sox acquired Wily Mo in the trade that sent Bronson Arroyo to the Reds. In 2006, he hit .301 with a .489 SLG in 84 games. His BA sank like a rock in 2007 and the Sox traded him to the Nationals after 73 games and a .218 BA for prospect Chris Carter, who is now on the Sox roster.

You can't tell me Theo doesn't know what he's doing.


Hole in One

I spotted this truck in San Francisco last week after leaving the SOX @ OAK game. The photo was included in my post about that game, but I'm liking it so much, I decided to give it it's own post.

A-Rod diversifies his portfolio?


100 Year Old Bat Boy

The Red Sox are honoring Arthur Giddon on his 100th birthday by allowing him to be a bat boy during BP. Watch below:


Newspaper Fool Calls Fenway a Dump

This moron wrote a column about how bad Fenway is:

I even think I've seen stalactites forming off some of the old exposed pipes clinging to Fenway's crumbling concrete.

Want to miss at least two innings of action? Go buy a beer.

Want to wear a neck brace for a month? Sit in the right field grandstand.

Want to feel like you’ve been run over by the Patriots' defensive front line? Walk the concourse gauntlet parallel the Red Sox clubhouse.

I was reminded of all this Friday when I made my first of seven trips to see the 2009 Sox. Thirty seconds after my ticket was scanned a strong sense of claustrophobia swept over me....It used to be that people would pray to be able to see the Sox win another World Series before they died.

How many people have to die before there's a new Fenway?

Please head over to his comment section and let him know your feelings.


President Remy Speaks to the Nation

On Friday Red Sox Nation President Jerry “The RemDawg” Remy delivered a “State of the Red Sox Nation” address in true presidential form, minus the suit and power tie, outside Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar & Grill at Logan Airport. Remy told fans that it’s early in the season and to keep the faith—and guess what, the Red Sox have won every game since! Remy took questions from the crowd before fans belted out “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” for great prizes. Alan Rogers of Warner, NH won first place in the singing contest and will get the rare opportunity to sit with the RemDawg in the booth at a Red Sox home game. Paige Vigneron, a young girl from Marblehead, MA, will get to fly courtesy of JetBlue to Chicago to watch the Red Sox battle the Sox on Labor Day weekend for winning second place.


Monday, April 20, 2009

Baseball Tonight

I mean right now, ESPN's Baseball Tonight. Five games were washed out on a short schedule day to begin with, leaving only 4 games to report on in a full hour time slot. Since the Sox had the most impressive win of the day, the Sox got the most coverage. Besides extensive coverage of the game, there is more reporting on the Sox-Yankees rivalry, including a spot on the woe's of Wang. Also upcoming is a spot on the 70th anniversary of The Splinter's first hit. So if you see this in the few minutes after I post it, turn on your tube! And if you Tivo'd it, make a point to watch it.


Yanks Too Scared to Send Wang Against Sox

With the former ace of the Yankees staff, Chien-Ming Wang struggling big time this season (his ERA may be higher than the grand total of Yankee runs scored so far*), manager Girardi, GM Cashman, and pitching coach Eiland have tweaked their rotation so that Wang won't have to face the surging Red Sox, who have now won 5 straight, including a 12-1 pummeling of the Orioles today.

His ERA approaches his number,
not an easy feat.

*Runs = 70, ERA = 34.50 (Hey, it was just a guess!)


The Dead in Worcester

I was able to catch The Dead at the DCU Center in Worcester on Saturday night. Overall a solid show with some good playing by Warren Haynes. The old guys and the new members delivered some memorable moments. Listen to the audience recording below; GDTRFB, Terrapin, One More Sat. Night, and Johnny B. Goode were highlights. Here's the setlist:

01. intro
02. Feel Like A Stranger>
03. Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad
04. Mountains of the Moon>
05. Dupree’s Diamond Blues
06. Althea
07. Bird Song>
08. China Cat Sunflower>
09. I Know You Rider

Set 2: (107:16)

01. Dancing In The Street>
02. Milestones>
03. Terrapin Station>
04. Rhythm Devils>
05. Space>
06. Days Between>
07. Bird Song>
08. One More Saturday Night
09. encore break/crowd
10. donor rap
11. Johnny B. Goode


Lowrie to Have Surgery Tomorrow

WEEI's Alex Speier is reporting that Jed Lowrie will have surgery tomorrow and could be back for the second half of the season.

Julio Lugo is now with the PawSox to begin his rehab so Green's role as starting shortstop will not last too much longer.


The Alarm Clock Has Rung, The Sox Have Awoken!

Justin Masterson got the call to start today, as the Sox rotation was in a bit of flux with Dice-K on the DL, along with a pending 6 game suspension that was hovering over Beckett for a day or two before it was reduced. Masterson is looking like he could be another Julian Tavarez: short relief, long relief, starter; he's done it all so far this year. Masterson went 5.1 innings tossing 84 pitches. He allowed only 4 H's, 2 BB's, 1 ER, while notching 3 K's and his first W of the season.

The bullpen studs came through again, this time it was Delcarmen, Okajima, Lopez, and Hunter Jones (who?), allowing only 1 H and 1 BB in 3.2 innings.

Have you been wondering about the top of the line-up? Well, today Ellsbury, Pedroia, and Papi combined to go 9 for 16, scoring 7 times, and knocking in 6 runs.

Two of the big question marks over the winter were Lowell and Varitek. Both went 2 for 5 today, and combined for 3 R's and 3 RBI's.

Kevin Youkilis had only 1 H today. He also drew 3 BB's, 1 of which was an IBB. (No explanation necessary.) His BA stands at a FAT .469.

The Sox have now won 5 in a row, sweeping the O's and climbing into a tie for 2nd place after a 2-6 start that had them in the cellar (gasp!) for a couple of days.

When all was said and done, the SOX plated 12 men, beating the Orioles 12 - 1. BOX SCORE

Tim Wakefield gets the start tomorrow against the Twins.


New Yankee Stadium Review

Outside: The new Yankee Stadium has similar architecture to the old Yankee Stadium. The lines to get in are long but move quickly.

First impressions of inside: You immediately enter a very large partially open lobby that has pictures banners displaying moments in Yankee history and Yankee players. Flat screen TV’s are everywhere. Most fans then take an escalator to the second deck of the stadium which has the biggest concourse.

Fan experience: One of the best improvements of the new stadium is the large open concourses where you can easily walk around the entire stadium. You can view the game from most concession lines and there are flat screen TV’s everywhere so you won’t miss a pitch.

In the past the bleacher section was cut off from the rest of the stadium but that is no longer the case. If you do sit in the right field bleachers, make sure you get a seat below row 15 or your view of left field will be obstructed. Some of the standing room areas offer amazing views of the game.

Since most fans are on the second level the standing area behind home plate on the lower level is not crowded and has to be the closest standing room area to the plate in all of baseball. I am sure when fans get used to the new stadium this area will fill up but right now it is one of the best places in the stadium to watch the game.

The entire stadium has been pigeon proofed.

Food Choices: There is a big variety of food available but the prices are high. The lines were not too long with the large number of options available.

They even have a fruit stand but it did not seem to be very busy.

Beer: $9.00 for a regular beer and $11.00 for a Heineken. There is only one place in the entire park to get a microbrew. Being a beer snob from Northern California I find this to be troublesome.

Parking: Lots next to the stadium are mostly prepaid; the others fill up fast and are very pricey. If you are going to Yankee Stadium from the west over the GWB to the Deegan you can use the same lots from the old stadium. They charge $19 to park and allow tailgating. You have to take the pedestrian walkway to get to the stadium but it has been much improved and has a large police presence. A Metro North train station is being built by the walkway and should open in May.

The only holdover from the walkway to the old Yankee Stadium walkway is the street musician who plays the flute. He has been there for at least 15 years during Yankee games and still plays a good version of the Sanford & Son theme song.

Highlights: The large concourses, standing room areas, flat screens and concessions are huge improvements over the old Yankee Stadium.

Problems: The high price of lower level seats leaves many of the seats empty (this is inexcusable in a brand new ballpark). There is an obstructed view for many in the bleachers. Beer selection is limited and expensive.

This picture is from the second game at Yankee Stadium in the second inning. Look at all of the empty seats on the lower level.

Overall the stadium is very nice and comfortable for fans, Yankee fans all thought it was the best thing they ever saw. I was impressed with the stadium but did notice some problems; especially since they spent $1.5 billion to make it.


Red Sox Lineup For Patriot's Day Game vs. Baltimore

Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Dustin Pedroia. 2B
David Ortiz, DH
Kevin Youkilis, 1B
Rocco Baldelli, RF
Jason Bay, LF
Mike Lowell, 3B
Jasion Varitek, C
Nick Green, SS

Justin Masterson, SP


Sunday, April 19, 2009

On the Road Again

Fenway West is on his spring tour of 4 games and 1 Dead show in 5 days, while I was out all day playing at a show, so please accept our apologies for the lack of coverage today! Normal coverage will resume tomorrow.

Lester dominates Orioles as SOX win 2-1

Masterson gets the start tomorrow.


Morning Yankee Covers - Enjoy

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