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On This Date 10/10/1956: the Yankees beat the Dodgers 9-0 in Game 7 to win the World Series. Yogi knocked in 4 runs with 2 2-run homers and walked twice. Johnny Kucks pitched a complete game 3-hit shutout.

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I don't see how Tamp gets past Cole. I don't think I've seen a stat line like this in a long time.

 

212.1 innings

66 runs

142 hits

326 SO

 

*rsly? Better than 2:1 SO:Hits? Holy crap!

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Yankees gotta win in 5 or 6 games. After going today he'll probably pitch game 3 or 4. You don't want to face him again in game 7.

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12 hours ago, Fly By Nite said:

I had on the FAN. Mike F had to have said NOYNE nothing 15 times. Entire lineup and then some went up to bat top of the first.

The entire lineup scored in the first inning! All nine guys crossed the plate!

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53 mins ago, Kml said:

I can't believe the Dodgers lost.

I'm starting to feel better about a series appearance. 

 

Missed the back to backs from Kershaw, but stuck around after for the grand salami  

 

And now, :snr::snr: 

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2 mins ago, MakoMike said:

The entire lineup scored in the first inning! All nine guys crossed the plate!

Noyne.  Thank you.

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