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Condensed Game: CLE@NYY 10/8/17 Game 3

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25 Replies to “Condensed Game: CLE@NYY 10/8/17 Game 3”

  1. Yankees fan here, just enjoying this, but shoutout to Jason Kipnis at 2:26 for possibly the smoothest slide and get-up I've ever seen, sans Zay Jones.

  2. Check us out Yankees fans. We called the Aaron Boone signing and the Stanton trade before anyone.

  3. Whether the Yankees come back or not, they have two things to seriously work on this off season. The first one is Aaron Judge desperately needs to work on not striking out so much. It's embarrassing to watch him strike out 3 and 4 times in a game. The second is finding a new manager, Joe's days are done. Thanks for your service but, it's time for a change.

  4. I just realized the guy behind judge when he robbed it was Zach Hample the guy who caught A rods 3000 hit home run

  5. Mis respetos para A. Judge, lo considero uno de los prospectos más importantes de la MLB pero en el batazo a su jardín se extravía feo, no cabe duda que la condición de novato cuenta y mucho.

  6. Yankee fan here lets just say I was wrung out after that game. Tanaka /Sanchez were both brilliant pitching and receiving was like they were just playing catch. Gary wtg with no pass balls I think he is finally coming into his own he was awesome behind the plate. Tanaka always looks so stoic. Judges catch had me screaming and Bird's homer was majestic to see. This team is exciting to watch they are young but oh so talented. Lets Go Yankees!!!

  7. Every Yankees fan needs to stop talking about game 2. Fuck game 2, it already happened guys! We got game 4 today and need to believe in our Yankees like true Yankees fans. Let's go Yankees, let's go (clap, clap)

  8. I like the dramatic silences now being used in the condensed games, such as when Judge made the highlight catch or when Bird homered.

  9. Now that was a good game 💪🏽 obviously we'd rather see a bunch of hits and bunch of runs. But watching the bullpen and the defense execute tough plays is just as good 👌🏽

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