Friday, October 5, 2007

The New York tabloids weigh in on Game 1

The New York Post has a way of saying a lot on its front and back pages by saying very little. They tend to let the picture say a thousand words instead. Sometimes, if the story is big enough, they use both the front and back pages

Inside the Post writers usually have a lot more to say.

"Pitted against Indians stud C.C. Sabathia, the leading Cy Young Award candidate, on a night the lefty was ripe for a spanking, Chien-Ming Wang dug the Yankees an ALDS grave they may not have enough arms to dig out of. "

And at least one writer at the paper is wondering aloud if Joe Torre could get fired if the Yankees don't right the ship. Unfortunately the paper mis-linked that story on its site, so I can't post it.

Of particular interest to Tribe fans is this tribute to yourselves, as the Post takes a look at what it's like to be an Indians fan.

For a complete list of New York Post stories on last night's game, click here.
The Daily News is good at using its front and back pages to tell a story too.


moose said...

thanks for the articles

here we go game 2 !!!

Anonymous said...


i cant take it

will SOMEBODY get a HIT !!!!!!!