Pittsburgh Pirates vs. New York Yankees, Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York - June 10, 2007
These pictures were taken with my Fujifilm Finepix S9000 digital camera at
Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York, on June 10, 2007. The
Pittsburgh Pirates played the New York Yankees in an interleague game.
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On the way from the parking lot to the foot bridge over the Metro
Construction on the new Metro North station?
Inside for the start of BP.
Pirates are still batting.
Injured Jason Giambi coming out for pictures on Giambi bat day.
Yankees rookie starter Tyler Clippard.
Pirates starter and former Yankee Shawn Chacon.
Chacon delivers to Derek Jeter.
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Jim Tracy out to argue after Alex Rodriguez scored on a close play at
It was a Matsui double that scored him.
Clippard is back out.
Bases loaded for Miguel Cairo. He hit a sac fly.
Sean Henn on in relief of Clippard.
The crowd "carefully and slowly" raising their bats on Bob Sheppard's
Alex Rodriguez up against the new Pirates pitcher.
And it's a 3-run home run!
Next up: the major league debut of a veteran Japanese pitcher for the Pirates.
Luis Vizcaino on to pitch.
A bit later, it's another A-Rod home run.
Coming in is Jonah Bayliss, from North Adams.
He got into some trouble.
Bobby Abreu with a double for his 4th hit of the game.
A-Rod has had a day.
And his day ends an inning early, as Chris Basak comes in to play third.
And Mike Myers is on to protect the 7-run lead in the 9th.
Final on the board.
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