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Tonight in Buffalo, Yankees start a series with the team right next to them in the standings.

Yankees held a 6-2 lead after the top of the sixth.

Blue Jays scored ten in the bottom of the sixth.

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On 9/6/2020 at 9:31 PM, OFFNY said:

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(SEPTEMBER 6th)

 

The Yankees are 5-13 over their last 18 games ........ that's a .278 winning percentage.

 

https://www.espn.com/mlb/team/schedule/_/name/nyy

 

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(SEPTEMBER 17th)

 

Since that 5-13 plunge, the streaky Yankees have won 8 straight games ........ that's a 1.000 winning percentage.

 

https://www.espn.com/mlb/team/schedule/_/name/nyy

 

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On 2 consecutive nights, 2 different teams clinched themselves a 2020 playoff berth by beating the Yankees ........

 

 

(SEPTEMBER 24th)

 

Blue Jays Clinch Post-Season Berth with Win Over the Yankees

(By Laura Armstrong)

https://www.thestar.com/sports/bluejays/2020/09/24/blue-jays-clinch-post-season-berth-with-win-over-the-yankees.html

 

 

(SEPTEMBER 25th)

 

Marlins Beat Yankees in Extra-Innings, Clinch First Playoff Berth Since 2003

(By Jordan McPherson)

https://www.miamiherald.com/sports/mlb/miami-marlins/article245998685.html

 

 

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9 hours ago, OFFNY said:

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On 2 consecutive nights, 2 different teams clinched themselves a 2020 playoff berth by beating the Yankees ........

 

 

(SEPTEMBER 24th)

 

Blue Jays Clinch Post-Season Berth with Win Over the Yankees

(By Laura Armstrong)

https://www.thestar.com/sports/bluejays/2020/09/24/blue-jays-clinch-post-season-berth-with-win-over-the-yankees.html

 

 

(SEPTEMBER 25th)

 

Marlins Beat Yankees in Extra-Innings, Clinch First Playoff Berth Since 2003

(By Jordan McPherson)

https://www.miamiherald.com/sports/mlb/miami-marlins/article245998685.html

 

 

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Yes!  These two Yankee losses were very sweet with Mattingly winning in NY to cap his upstart team's final leg to the playoffs was awesome.  Ex-Yankee Garrett Cooper's homer was especially "schadenfreude ish".

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