Now that Derek Jeter has finally passed Lou Gehrig as the franchise's all-time hit leader and the Yankees have completed an easy 17-game stretch against four teams with tee times this October, it's time for New York to come back down to earth and focus on the playoffs. And what better way to do that than to face the second-best team in the league and recent Yankee nemesis, the Los Angeles Angels? New York and L.A. could be headed for another postseason clash, and the Bombers need to prove to themselves and the rest of the world that they can beat the Angels. The Yankees have won six of their past seven games against the Wild Card-leading Red Sox and are 5-1 this year versus the probable AL Central champion Tigers, but they're 2-4 against the team from Anaheim and have all too familiar memo ...
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