The New York Week That Was (10/23/09)

Posted: 23rd October 2009 by Hot Stove New York in MLB
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It was a brutal week for the New York football teams, as the Giants got killed and the Jets fell to lowly Buffalo and lost Kris Jenkins for the rest of the season. Even the hockey teams mixed in some debacles with a few wins. And something bad probably happened to the Mets even though their season is long over. But even after last nightÆs loss, the Yankees are sitting pretty, with a 3-2 lead in the series and heading back home. With a budget as high as our countryÆs deficit, the Yanks had two options this offseason: Use their money to cure the U.S. economy or buy a whole bunch of free agents. They chose the latter, and itÆs working out just fine (well, for them). Unfortunately, the one aspect of the playoffs that has stood out the most is the atrocious umpiring. The horrible umpiring ...

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