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I Live for This: A New York Yankees Dynasty


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I'm gonna try this dynasty thing - I'm not much of a blogger so I don't know how something like this will turn out. As you may have noticed I need a name for my dynasty so if you post your ideas that's great. A little help: I didn't re-create the team or anything, I'm just playin a little dynasty.

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Difficulty: Pro

Datafile: Just KSM camera changes

Rosters: BBF9 V.8

Roster Breakdown

CF: Tony Womack

LF: Hideki Matsui

RF: Gary Sheffield

OF: Bernie Williams

OF: Melky Cabrera

1B: Tino Martinez

2B: Robinson Cano

3B: Alex Rodriguez

3B: Russ Johnson

SS: Derek Jeter

C: Jorge Posada

C: John Flaherty

DH: Jason Giambi

DH: Ruben Sierra

SP: Randy Johnson

SP: Carl Pavano

SP: Mike Mussina

SP: Kevin Brown

SP: Jared Wright

LRP: Chien-Ming Wang

LRP: Darryll May

MRP: Buddy Groom

MRP: Tanyon Sturtze

SU: Tom Gordon

CP: Mariano Rivera

Batting Order/Starting Lineup

SS Derek Jeter

2B Robinson Cano

3B Alex Rodriguez

RF Gary Sheffield

LF Hideki Matsui

DH Jason Giambi

C Jorge Posada

1B Tino Martinez

CF Tony Womack

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Upcoming Series - 3 Games, Home vs Boston Red Sox

Game 1: Boston Red Sox @ New York Yankees

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Yankees Drop Ten Inning Thriller

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Left: Joe Torre and Robinson Cano discuss the game. Right: Gary Sheffield hits a solo shot off starter Curt Schilling in the 5th inning during Opening Night last night at Yankee Stadium.

Two Red Sox homers and a tenth inning RBI single gave the Red Sox their 9th straight win, 5th straight against the Yankees on Opening Night last night at Yankee Stadium. Bill Mueller homered in the 2nd with two on and one out, and Mark Bellhorn homered in the 4th, a 475 foot solo shot over the right field wall. Gary Sheffield drove an inside slider from Red Sox starter Curt Schilling to the upper deck in left, much to the delight of the Yankees fans, waiting for signs of a rally during a 4-run deficit in the 5th inning. Tony Womack had a stellar game, stealing six times, bunting safely three times and scoring on two sacrifice flies and a double from Robinson Cano. Derek Jeter left the game in the fourth inning with a minor meniscus sprain, and will be out until Saturday after a rehab assignment scheduled for Friday with the Colombus Clippers, the Yankees AAA team. Curt Schilling struck out three while Randy Johnson, starting for the Yankees, retired six batters in seven innings. Darrell May relieved in the 8th for the Yankees, but took the loss, giving up a tenth inning run to the Red Sox. Keith Foulke, Chad Braford and Mike Timlin helped to hold the Yankees to one hit in the last four innings, while Schilling gave up 13 hits in 7 innings.

Box


		1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E


Red Sox 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 11 0


Yankees 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 5 14 0

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  • 2 weeks later...

my computer crashed at the main owner mode screen so I have to restart my dynasty. There's going to be a bit more before the season starts this time and a .SAV reader format. Should be going in a week or two. Thanks for the comment SpeedDemon, and welcome to the site!

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" 'We'll pay off the Ump', A NY Yankees concocted Dynasty."

You are really turning into a very unfunny person. If this kid here wants to have a dynasty with his favorite team and he wants to share it with the people here, I don't see a problem. You want to make jokes? Post them in the Braves team thread so you and whomever else goes there will see it and appreciate it.

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This Series - 3 Games, Home vs Boston Red Sox (1-0)

Game 2: Boston Red Sox @ New York Yankees

Sheffield the Man

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Left: Red Sox manager Terry Francona keeps arguing about a controversial call after getting thrown out. Right: Jason Varitek is way ahead of a low strikeout sinker by Mike Mussina.

Gary Sheffield went 5-5 helping a late-inninng Yankee rally as the Yankees overcame the Boston Red Sox 7-5 this afternoon at Yankee Staidum. David Wells, on the hill for the Sox, had his curve and changeup working, taking 10 Yankee batters to an 0-2 count with the "loopy" pitches. That wasn't enough though, the Yanks still broke through with 19 hits in eight innings. Mike Mussina couldn't do the job, giving up 11 of the Red Sox' 15 hits in 6 innings. Buddy Groom came in for an inning, giving up three hits and a run to the top of the linuep. Tom Gordon came in, striking out two and allowing no hits, to setup the situation for Mariano Rivera, who allowed one hit, a solo home run my David Ortiz. Johnny Damon started off the game with a double, but that was all he got as Mike Mussina came on and struck out two and forced one groundout. In the 7th inning, Mark Bellhorn hit a line drive that deflected off pitcher Buddy Groom, rolling toward second. With a runner on first, second baseman Robinson Cano was covering second. Cano, seeing the ball rolling towards the second base position, left his post at second and barehanded the ball, whipping it to first to make it bang bang at first. Red Sox manager Terry Francona was furious with the call, and came out to argue with the first base umpire. After about a second of talk, the umpire heard enough and gave Francona the boot.

Carl Pavano will finish the series tomorrow, matching up against Matt Clement, the probable Red Sox starter at 7:05 PM at Yankee Stadium.

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Red Sox 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 5 15 0


Yankees 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 1 x 7 19 0

Next Game: Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees - 7:05 PM - Yankee Stadium

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Yankees, Red Sox Talking Trade

A trade that would bring Johnny Damon to the Yankees and send Robinson Cano, Ruben Sierra, and a minor league player to be named to the Red Sox is coming closer to an agreement, says Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman. Trade talks began about a month ago, just as Spring Training games were starting. If the trade is completed, Damon would play in centerfield, and Tony Womack would move in to the infield to play second base. Trade details are expected to be finalized by the end of this week, sending in Damon after the series between the Red Sox and the Yankees wraps up in Boston.

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Johnny Damon to the Red Sox and send Robinson Cano, Ruben Sierra, and a minor league player to be named to the Red Sox

Johnny Damon to the Red sox? Johnny Damon to the Yankees it what youre trying to say?

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This Series - 3 Games, Home vs Boston Red Sox (1-1)

Game 3: Boston Red Sox @ New York Yankees

Yankees Pound Sox

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Left: Tino Martinez (left) connects on a two-run homer, Hiedki Matsui (center) rounds the bases after hit home run, and Jason Giambi dries a blast to right field. Right: Robinson Cano (left), Tony Womack (center), and Bernie Williams talk about the game.

Tino Martinez, Hideki Matsui and Jason Giambi homered, Carl Pavano pitched a complete game, 4-hit shutout and the Yankees turned four double plays in an 8-0 win over the Boston Red Sox to wrap up the three-game series last night at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees teed off of Red Sox started Matt Clement, scoring their eight runs in the first three innings, forcing the Sox to bring in reliever Adam Embree to finish off the game, who allowed seven hits in six innings. Martinez's homer came in the second inning after Jason Giambi singled to right with two outs, Matsui's was a three run jack in the third, and Giambi's found its way over the right field fence, a solo blast. Tony Womack stole second base in the third inninng, and tried for third but got sent back when Clement hit Robinson Cano in the knee. Womack later stole third safely in the 6th inning. David Ortiz had the first hit in the game, a line drive into the gap for a double in the 4th inning, and Johnny Damon followed suite in the 7th. Cano and Womack each had stellar defensive games, working to turn four double plays and each made their share of diving stops. Derek Jeter will return Friday when the Yankees host the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium. Womack will move back to center field, and Bernie Williams will take a rest on the bench. Kevin Brown will make the start for the Yankees on Friday, while the Orioles have not yet confirmed their starter.

Box


		1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E


Red Sox 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1


Yankees 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 x 8 16 1

Next Game: Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees - 7:05 PM - Yankee Stadium

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Red Sox, Yankees End Trade Talk

NEW YORK - Johnny Damon has refused trade offers from the Yankees, saying that "I'm a Red Sock and will always be a Red Sock." The Red Sox seemed interested in a new deal, where they would accquire Bernie Williams and Robinson Cano, but Damon refused. Bernie Williams also declined the $10 million offer. Tony Womack will now stay in center field and Robinson Cano will keep his position at second base.

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Well Williams sits the bench for me (yes, :eek: ) so does sierra.

Okay everybody, pick my field. IYO, where should everybody be? should I sit out giambi, who, though I haven't mentioned yet, has singled during key moments in the game? should I sit out Tino Martinez, who has been needed at first? should I sit out bernie williams, who hasn't played much? (I'll get his stats soon) You make the choice. maybe I need to trade?

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Well Williams sits the bench for me (yes, :eek: ) so does sierra.

Okay everybody, pick my field. IYO, where should everybody be? should I sit out giambi, who, though I haven't mentioned yet, has singled during key moments in the game? should I sit out Tino Martinez, who has been needed at first? should I sit out bernie williams, who hasn't played much? (I'll get his stats soon) You make the choice. maybe I need to trade?

I think that you should trade tino and Bernie, and maybe a minor leaguer, and try to get Andrew Jones, I think that Would be a fair trade, and Maybe Sierra if the trade dosn't go through, but thats the oppinion of a very unexpieranced GM. You might want to look at beltran, Possibly you might be able to work out a cross town trade. :lol:
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Yankees Solve Defensive Allignment Problems

NEW YORK - A day after ending trade talks with Johnny Damon and the Red Sox, a new deal was dealt as the Yankees traded first basemen Tino Martinez for pitcher Tim Wakefield. Without Martinez, Bernie Williams will move from the bench to the designated hitter spot, and Jason Giambi, formerly in the spot, will move to first. The Yankees did note that they are still looking for a first baseman, and will try to make trades or pick up a free agent to move Giambi back to the designated hitter spot. Williams has been put on the trading block. Pitcher Kevin Brown has now been assigned to the long-relief pitcher position, to make room for Wakefield, 4th in the rotation, and starting tonight against the Orioles. The Red Sox have not yet announced their defensive allignment or pitching rotation.

The new Yankees batting order:

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