As the Yankees begin their workouts in Baltimore, they prepare to face a formidable opponent: father time. When game one begins on Sunday, the median age of the New York Yankees, based on projected rosters compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, will be 64.1. It is too late to get younger, but the Yankees are relying on their combined 153 years of postseason experience to carry them past the younger, faster, more agile, and generally better looking Baltimore Orioles.
It is impossible to tell what this ALDS will bring, but it will probably bring at least three games of baseball. The world waits with baited breath as the Yankees' date with Baltimore approaches. Will they get along? Will there be a second date? We don't want to put too much pressure on it, but here's hoping.
I suggest we dispense with the roster choices and just forfeit, so we don't have to face Mark Reynolds.
Oh, common guys, we must hope for the best. Or was that the 2008 slogan for the Yankees? I can't recall.
the slogan of the 2008 Yankees was "Hey, at least we still got Jeter."
And we still have Jeter. Yes!
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